Colpito da questo (ennesimo) ‘benchmarking’ che penalizza il nostro “Bel Paese”, mi sono ripromesso di capirne di più.
Quale correlazione con il nostro essere controller ? Io la trovo, in particolare quando si parla di rispondenza della organizzazione economico sociale alle attese dei ns ‘stakeholder’ (=cittadini).
Ho trovato questo report
prodotto da un organismo ONU che valuta il livello di ‘felicità’ della popolazione dei vari paesi.
Nel sito trovate non solo chi partecipa e con quale metodologie.
In particolare trovate che utilizzano una società molto qualificata per le interviste e la metodologia , Gallup, con i seguenti i indicatori.
The Gallup World Poll global indexes span multiple economic, political, and social topics that correlate with real-world outcomes.
Law and Order Index
The Law and Order Index measures security levels that respondents report for themselves and their families. It incorporates two questions that gauge respondents’ sense of personal security and two questions that specifically address the incidence of crime.
Food and Shelter Index
The Food and Shelter Index measures whether a respondent has experienced deprivation in the areas of food or shelter. Two items that ask about respondents’ ability to afford food or shelter in the past year compose this index.
Personal Economy Index
The Personal Economy Index measures respondents’ personal economic situations and the economics of the community where they live.
The Personal Health Index measures perceptions of one’s own health and incidence of pain, sadness, and worry.
Citizen Engagement Index
The Citizen Engagement Index assesses respondents’ satisfaction with their communities and their inclination to volunteer their time, money, and assistance to others. Engaged citizens are positive about the communities they live in and actively give back to them.
Well-Being Indexes: Thriving, Struggling, Suffering
The Thriving, Struggling, and Suffering Indexes measure respondents’ perceptions of where they stand, now and in the future. Individuals who rate their current lives a “7” or higher AND their future an “8” or higher are “Thriving.” Individuals are “Suffering” if they report their current AND future lives as a “4” and lower. All other individuals are “Struggling.”
Well-Being Indexes: Positive Experience
The Positive Experience Index is a measure of experienced wellbeing on the day before the survey. Questions provide a real-time measure of respondents’ positive experiences.
Well-Being Indexes: Negative Experience
The Negative Experience Index is a measure of experienced wellbeing on the day before the survey. Questions provide a real-time measure of respondents’ negative experiences.
National Institutions Index
The National Institutions Index measures confidence in key national institutions prominent in a country’s leadership: the military, the judicial system, the national government, and the honesty of elections.
The Corruption Index measures perceptions in a community about the level of corruption in business and government.
Youth Development Index
The Youth Development Index measures a community’s focus on the welfare of its children. This index includes general measures of development of youth and respect for youth, along with satisfaction with the educational system.
Community Basics Index
The Community Basics Index measures satisfaction with aspects of everyday life in a community, including education, environment, healthcare, housing, and infrastructure.
The Diversity Index measures a community’s acceptance of people from different racial, ethnic, and cultural groups.
The Optimism Index measures a respondent’s positive attitude about the future. Specifically, respondents are asked whether certain aspects of their life are getting better or getting worse.
The Communications Index measures the degree to which respondents are connected via electronic communications.
The Violence Index measures a respondent’s acceptance of others’ use of violence as a means to an end.
The Religiosity Index is a measure of the importance of religion in respondents’ lives and their self-reported attendance of religious services. For religions in which attendance at services is limited, care must be used in interpreting the data.