Employee Engagement

Performance Incentives – Risks of being counter productive

Daniel Pink gave a brilliant talk on TED about the mismatch between “what science knows and what business does”. A related post on his blog claims that “Money cant buy you performance”. Some questions that he raised in my mind: When we try to implement scalable business processes, are we trying to “dumb-down” the work to a “mechanical” level? Do...

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Netflix – Freedom and Responsibility Culture

Netflix’ internal presentation on Freedom and Responsibility for employees is a great reference for how evolving enterprises can set policies for employee engagement. This could be a good guideline for Reach1to1’s own policies. [slideshare id=1798664&doc=culture9-090801103430-phpapp02] [Found via...

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Employee Engagement – a Towers Perrin study

Towers Perrin is a global professional services firm that helps organizations improve performance through effective people, risk and financial management. Don Lowman, who is Managing Director of the Human Capital Group in Towers Perrin recently wrote on his blog about how he has spent half his life working at Towers Perrin. This is no wonder, for one of the most innovative area of work that...

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