Dice.com, a career site for tech professionals, caught up with Rypple’s Nick Stein and Facebook’s Molly Graham at Enterprise 2.0, where Nick and Molly gave a presentation highlighting Facebook’s approach to engaging and managing their growing Millennial workforce. Nick and Molly spoke about Rypple’s and Facebook’s similar approaches to iteration, the importance of trial and [...]
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Today, we're launching The Future of Work , a series that explores the changing nature of work through articles, interactive media, and social discussion.
Today we released Social Goals 2.0 — the first and best answer for how to manage people inside a social enterprise.
Later this week, Rypple is returning to Net:Work, GigaOM’s annual confab about the way technology is changing business. At last year’s event, Rypple was chosen as a finalist for GigaOM’s Future Ideas Launchpad along with a handful of other innovative cloud-based startups (Cohuman Egnyte, Mainsoft, TimeTrade, TokBox, WANTED Technologies and WatchDox). A lot has changed at Rypple in the last year. This week, [...]
Facebook was among the first large enterprises built by Millennials. Chief executive Mark Zuckerberg is just 27, and 50% of the company’s workforce is composed of the generation born between 1982 and 2001. It is a generation now taking positions of prominence across the corporate landscape. And its members have very different ideas about what [...]