How does social performance management software help collaborative teams get the most out of work? Yesterday, our VP Product Management, Maksim Ovsyannikov, joined Sanjay Mathur of LiveOps on a panel at GigaOM’s annual Net:Work 2011 conference to give some insights on how to engage and motivate collaborative teams. The panel focused on how feedback loops [...]
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The search for meaning at work has forced senior business leaders to focus on creating cultures that engage people at a fundamental level. This isn’t just about reducing turnover. It’s about bringing real meaning to the working lives of employees.
Last week we hosted the second meeting of the Rypple Learning Collaborative. Spearheaded by John Foster, IDEO’s Head of Talent and Organization, we spent an exciting afternoon at Pixar’s headquarters together with nearly 40 innovators and thought leaders from top organizations and academic institutions, including Mozilla, Facebook, and Stanford University. One topic that resonated [...]
Dr. Dante Morra is the medical director at the Center for Innovation and Complex Care at the University Health Network. 8 months ago Dr. Morra and his team of interprofessional healthcare workers set out to improve patient care through feedback. The results have been tremendous! Dr. Morra described his experience in a recent blog post [...]
This is part two in the Johari Windows posts, covering the results of the experiment. You should start with Check Your Blind Spot: Rypple and the Johari Window to get the context for this second half. So! You’re probably wondering how it all went down. Well let me tell you! It’s no easy task whittling [...]
Yesterday, I launched App of the Day, a website that features a community-nominated iPhone and iPod touch app everyday. I decided to use Rypple to help me get anonymous feedback from visitors to the site. With over 85,000 iPhone and iPod touch applications in the App Store today, it can be somewhat taxing to separate [...]