What is a measurement, what is it done with and why?

-It is done to understand the quantity and quality of change. 
-Measurements are done using the developed measuring tools. 
-They are done to identify indicators and to reveal similarities and differences between these indicators.

What does it mean to measure quantitatively or qualitatively?

-Quantitative approach is preferred for numerical outputs, while qualitative approach is preferred for non-numerical outputs. 
-The two measurements can also be used in combination to reinforce each other.

What is achieved by quantitative measurement?

-With quantitative measurement, we can determine effects, relationships and comparisons. 
-Quantitative measurement which provides measurability and freedom to express numerically, enables generalizable results to be achieved, to examine the correlations within the structure and to make comparisons in which differences will be made.

What is a measuring tool and how is it obtained?

-The operationalization of a measurement tool necessitates deep research that requires competence in the subject where metrics are to be created. 
-Measurement tools are created by carrying out scientific examinations in national and international areas. 
-It is always possible for the configured measuring tool to be improved over time.

How do we recognize the originality of the measurement tool?

-After conducting preliminary evaluations within the context of development of the measurement tool, it is clearly understood whether the metric is unique. 
-The measurement tool can reveal its scientificity, distinctive content and originality when applications are expressed under the same name.
-For example, it is seen that the concept of resilience is studied in organizational manner, but not approached individually. Similarly, it is understood that no evaluation is done for the term organizational agility from the management perspective. It is considered that the way the concept strategic improvisation is viewed has not reached competence in the field of management. 

Do measurement tools have a fixed number of questions?

-The number of questions at the beginning of use for analysis of all measurement tools whose reliability and validity has been accepted is constant.
-Question numbers of measurement tools; in case of developing a company-specific measurement tool or after the company measurement is completed, the metric can be customized based on the analysis findings obtained, resulting in a restructuring for repeated measurement (by removing the question or by changing the question format).

How should measurement tool questions be structured?

-The configuration of a measurement tool is a long and detailed process of scientific research. 
-At the end of this process, the subject is approached with the support of theoretical infrastructure. 
-When preparing the questions, it is not expected to interpret whether the questions are superficial or deep based on the completed questionnaire, as whether the measurement can be carried out in the context of the desired dimensions is the focus at that stage. 
-The effects of the questions in a measurement tool are revealed by analyzing the answers obtained. 
-The preliminary perception of the content of the questions is not meaningful.

How do measurement tool questions vary and/or should they vary?

-The questions designed for a measurement tool are not expected to be created independently of the scientific infrastructure.
-It is possible for these questions to be questioned by the science of management. 
-It can always be referenced for this analysis.
-Measurement tool questions created within the concept can only change with the development of the concept over time.  
-After the conditions of change or variation have matured and have been limited by theories, they are made ready for use with the new version of the metric. 

Can the desired result be achieved with a measurement tool?

-When using measurement tools, the intention to measure is clear, but there is no desired target for output.
-After the measurement process is completed, the results obtained by reading the analyses correctly are expressed in tables, graphs and figures. 
-The purpose here is to perform the measurement in line with scientific ethics.

What to do after measurement tool questions are answered?

-After measurement tool questions are answered, the data obtained are interpreted by being subjected to the necessary analyses. 
-Expressing the results from desired angles using long and detailed analyses constitutes the ultimate goal here.

How does one conduct an analysis with answers to measurement tool questions?

-Analysis using measurement tool questions is done using statistical analyses by experts. 
-Conducting of the analysis by said experts provides correct analysis outputs. 
-Whether the findings obtained are insufficient or they need to be detailed with additional measurements is again to be determined by experts on the subject. 

Are analysis findings objective or subjective?

-Analysis findings are interpreted by experts competent in their field. Being the determinants of the approaches to the subject, experts are confined to the results they reach using the comments they are given in the context of a suggestion, ensuring needs of companies. 
-Analysis findings are interpreted using the data obtained from the companies in the specified direction. 
-The presence or absence of objectivity or subjectivity can then be interpreted in terms of companies and the purposes of companies in using measurement tools.

After the measurement, do the questions remain the same in number and form?

-The number of questions may vary as a result of measurement. The questions constructed in the context of the existing dimensions in the model established for the measurement can be reduced due to the variability of the dimensions (merging, excluding the analysis, etc.) or the incomprehension of the questions.
-All these and similar developments are carefully reported and interpreted as a result of the analysis.

Is it possible to develop a measurement tool specifically for a company?

-It is possible to develop a measurement tool specifically for a company. 
-For this, a long, detailed and targeted research is expected to be carried out. 

What is targeted by repeated measurements?

-Repeated measurements are considered crucial in terms of showing the last stage reached for the results obtained after the envisaged measurement and revealing the usefulness of the measurement tool.