Tag Archives: Employee Engagement

Research: Employee Engagement in the Innovation Process

Last August, we introduced the key theme of the next IX Research report: the role employee engagement plays in the innovation process. We started with a premise that innovation thrives in organizations that have established a culture of innovation. But what exactly does “a culture of innovation” mean? We hypothesized that an indispensable element of this culture is...

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Innovators Are Using HR Software to Engage Employees

The new generation of multi-tasking HR software solutions are easy-to-use (some might even say fun), and offer valuable data to management through embedded analytics. Formerly used solely by HR managers, these systems are now crossing departmental lines. Soon, as companies continue to chase better employee engagement, it’s possible that every worker will interact with an HR system regularly.

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Innovation For Your Employees

In the business environment, innovation is just as vital to a business, as it is in a similar way to human evolution. Without innovation, positive evolution can hardly take place. Though, even innovation has to take a direction and head to a certain something, or, spelled with other words, you have to know what to innovate. Otherwise, you risk going down on a path with a dead-end.

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It's Not High School Anymore!

In the corporate world, I see behavior that wasn’t tolerated in ‘my day’ and I’d never tolerate…from my kids let alone colleagues, including the C-suite. The Harvard Business Review even ran an article “Rudeness at Work: What’s Your Story?” What the heck is going on? Are permissiveness and indulgence endemic everywhere?

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