Do you ever wonder how some people always seem to have luck on their side? Whether you believe in luck or not, there is something to be said for being in the right place at the right time. Imagine if you could harness the power of luck to make good things happen in your life? For [...]
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Last fall, Facebook senior executive Molly Graham spoke to a closed-door session at the HR Technology Conference and Expo in Las Vegas about the social network’s approach to engaging and managing its rapidly expanding workforce. In her presentation, she emphasized how personal work should be — and why Facebook has chosen to foster an open [...]
By 2025, the Millennial generation will make up 75% of our workforce. But their impact on the way we work — and how we think about work — is already being felt. So what does this mean for the way we need to think about aligning, engaging, and motivating our people? This infographic explores how [...]
Recent studies have shown that some of those pesky stereotypes about Millennials — that they're entitled, demanding, and impatient — are true. But all this entitlement and these high demands may not be a bad thing: in fact, they may be able to improve corporate culture.
We founded Rypple in 2008 with the idea that social applications were going to change how people worked together. We kept hearing that the static, top-down, compliance-based technology then available in the marketplace didn’t help companies engage and empower their people to do great work and achieve business results. And we wanted to re-invent management [...]
Yesterday, our Senior Manager of Customer Success Meghan Gendelman and our VP of Product Management Maksim Ovsyannikov led a live demo and Q&A for our new Social Goals 2.0 tool, an easy, social way to deliver the results that matter. You can check out a video from the demo and see the slides below. Meghan [...]