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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Everyone comes to a moment in his or her life when they realize they are no longer ‘cool.’ So what happens when we’re managing people who seem to come from an entirely different planet? Here are a couple of ways to relate to your junior employee without being someone’s embarrassing drunk uncle.
According to a recent Forbes article, the top reasons people leave all boil down to one: Top talent leave an organization when they're badly managed and the organization is confusing and uninspiring. In order to retain your best people, everyone in the organization needs to understand what their individual goals are, and how these goals connect with the larger goals of the organization.
The benefits of working from home have been well documented, spurring jealousy from many an office worker. Telecommuters can set their own work hours, work from wherever they choose, avoid long commutes, and enjoy some semblance of work-life balance. But what are the downsides of telecommuting? Here are some of the ugly truths about telecommuting — and how you can prevent them.
Social technology lets you streamline tedious processes and allows you to work on the right stuff from wherever you are. Here are four ways you can utilize cloud technology to improve your work/life balance:
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 [...]