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.
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2010 is the year the annual performance review bit the dust. The continuing global recession forced companies to stare their performance management practices in the face. Many did not like what they saw.
2010 has been great for Rypple. First, for the users we’ve gotten to know and learn from. And second, for the incredible team that we’ve built. At Rypple, we’re taking a different approach to the problems we are attacking. We want to learn from employees and managers who use our service, not a sales process. In 2011 this approach has helped us learn a ton.
3 awesome articles to kick-start your week on feedback, respect and team alignment (and one article I included was too funny not to add to the list).
This is an extension of a piece I wrote for the August theme on Ready To Feedback. The best incentive isn’t money – it’s recognition. Getting a big fat bonus is nice but it can feel so much better to get meaningful feedback about your work. There’s a great study by McKinsey that shows people [...]
Join us for a weekly exploration of masterful managing! We'll be joined by the people who do it best and will explore the top posts for the week around topics like attracting top talent, keeping people engaged, getting the best performance, and making work more meaningful. In this week's episode: an interview with Johnathan Nightingale, Director of Firefox Development at Mozilla, and a fireside chat about employee engagement.