At the heart of the methodology was the creation of the X-ii scale.
The X-ii Scale is represented by a grid, with wellbeing and economic impact forming the two main axes. These were chosen after assessing public and research domain conversations about the pandemic’s impact in late April. This scale is now being deployed to understand the implications of transformational behaviour change.
Its first application is in a two year study to assess the impact of Covid-19 on the relationship between individuals and organisations. This involves 5 study cycles with over 15,000 respondents between June 2020 and August 2022.
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The Coronavirus Impact Indicator (CVII) has been developed to assess the impact of the pandemic on the wellbeing and the economic status of individuals and organisations.
The CVII descriptors are intended to bring some real life meaning to a quantitative measure that would be otherwise difficult to assess.