Most people (and especially younger people) don’t like to use the business software their company gives them. They think it sucks. This seems to be especially true in the market we’re in: “human capital software” or HCM. HCM software is business software ostensibly designed to help people improve and get stuff done. Yet, mostly it [...]
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Introducing Loops, the world's first realtime, social performance management service. We created Loops for Facebook, today we release it to the world.
This weekend, the New York Times wrote about an interesting project. Google has been working on to improve company performance and management skills. This research clearly struck a chord with people who understand Rypple; at least ten people emailed me this article yesterday. So, I thought I’d share a few comments about how Rypple’s entire strategy is aligned with Google’s research.
Feedback. Do people actually want it? Do they want to get better? These questions often come up when we tell people about our services and features at Rypple. People are often skeptical that other people really want to learn how to improve through constructive feedback. Well, based on some recent academic work on Rypple’s data [...]
On Monday we launched Rypple 3.0 to the world. I wanted to share a bit of the background of “why 3.0” with you.
Working more doesn't mean you care more or get more done. It just means you work more. It's time to do away with the busywork that hinders workplace growth and productivity.