When it comes to feedback, there’s a huge discrepancy between managers and their teams. A growing number of organizations are acknowledging the importance from the old traditional performance reviews to real-time, constant feedback. A recent poll explained the feedback gap: 65% of employees said they wanted more feedback, while 58% of managers think they give enough. [...]
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Social networks have a bad reputation – one they’ve earned -- for pushing their users to constantly share more and more information. In a workplace, that can stop people from talking. Rypple’s designers and developers think the opposite way: Confidentiality on Rypple is something you can rely on.
Everything you need to know about feedback.... How to give it, how to receive it and how to ask for it.
Image courtesy of Dilbert.com Here at Rypple we are building out our core set of personas to identify features that will make it into each release. Based on these personas, we write design scenarios describing the end-to-end user experience we intend for each macro feature. This allows us to ensure the experiences we are design [...]