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Employee Survey Results: A Revolutionary New Look
Energage is awarded the patent equivalent of a unicorn
We’ve been hard at work for years, looking for new, simpler ways to analyze and visualize employee survey results. We think we’re onto something, and the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office agrees. In fact, they awarded us with a first action allowance. Here’s the big reveal!
Blending Human and Machine to Deliver the Best Survey Results
How Energage Learned to Stop Worrying and Embrace Artificial Intelligence
There’s tremendous opportunity in bringing more value to your business by rethinking how to blend human and machine to get the best of both “brains.” AI won’t replace humans, but it will make those willing to leverage it faster and smarter.
iPipeline: The Importance of Culture
Tim Wallace, iPipeline CEO, explains the importance of culture within his organization and how he is able to affect this culture through technology.
How Companies in Crisis Can Get Back on Track and Build a Healthy Culture
Uber is going through a rough patch. While being embraced by 16 million users and providing an income opportunity for over a million drivers, the company has always been known for its aggressive business style. But more recently, Uber’s culture is starting to backfire. So what can senior leaders learn from its missteps?
From Insights to Impact: How to Maximize Your Employee Engagement Survey
Our specialists share what WorkplaceDynamics has learned from surveying more than 40,000 organizations and 14 million employees over the past 10 years, including best practices and how to avoid the most common pitfalls. They’ll also explore highlights from the Workplace Survey, the same inventory used for Top Workplaces research.