I’m a millennial. Some may think this is my personal dramatic interpretation of how special my generation is, but in reality this has been a major discussion the past few years. If you think Gen Y is a handful, this is just a preview of what is yet to come. The concept of a generation [...]
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Today we released Social Goals 2.0 — the first and best answer for how to manage people inside a social enterprise.
Imagine a toaster that only popped after it burned your toast. Or a car airbag that inflated after your accident. When it comes to feedback, timing is everything.
"Employee satisfaction has hit the lowest level in the 22-year history of the Conference Board's annual survey on the topic," according to a recent Wall Street Journal article.
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.
The idea that transparency builds trust has spawned an entirely new form of communication in the workplace. It is a mode that is bottom-up rather than top-down; democratic, rather than authoritarian, and self-policing rather than punitive.