Work is changing. To succeed, we need to challenge traditional assumptions, reinvent old systems, and "hack" our way to new solutions.
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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 [...]
How can “employee social networks” help increase productivity and transform the corporation into a place that values people and collaboration above hierarchy?
Rypple co-CEO Daniel Debow joined hosts Sarah Lane and Amber MacArthur on TWiT.tv’s net@night show to talk about what we do and how we got started. In her intro, Amber called Rypple a “really neat tool.” Co-host Sarah described Rypple as: “a social network based around performance within a company that isn’t just a boss employee relationship – [...]
Coaching your team to success requires more than just a willing mentee but the right approach and environment.
Gaming work isn’t just about fun and games Game design can offer valuable insights into developing business solutions. But beware – simply adding game elements to the same antiquated performance review won’t do the trick, and our co-CEO Daniel Debow knows why. Yesterday Daniel was invited to speak as an expert on gamification in the enterprise. He [...]