Tenets of a Perfect Employee Engagement Solution – A Researcher’s Diary

Recently the Team Innovation Minds has embarked on a mission to find out the tenets of a Perfect Employee Engagement Solution that every organization should strive for. Who else would be better than our own clients to listen to and understand What Clients Want? It was a fascinating and eye-opening sprint to not only understand the needs of the customers we serve but also to design the GPS for our 2022 roadmap of our Employee Experience SaaS Platform. It may be greedy to keep these wonderful insights to ourselves, so we are sharing them with all of you here. Are you game?

Six problem-solving mindsets for very uncertain times

Six mutually reinforcing approaches underly their success: (1) being ever-curious about every element of a problem; (2) being imperfectionists, with a high tolerance for ambiguity; (3) having a “dragonfly eye” view of the world, to see through multiple lenses; (4) pursuing occurrent behavior and experimenting relentlessly; (5) tapping into the collective intelligence, acknowledging that the smartest people are not in the room; and (6) practicing “show and tell” because storytelling begets action (exhibit). Let’s dive in.

How to Keep Disengaged Employees Engaged

Employee engagement is a key factor in the success of any company. It is an important concept that can be measured and improved. Employee engagement is the level of motivation, commitment, and enthusiasm that employees have for their work.

Complete Guide to Enterprise Project Management

Project management is a system of managing a project from start to finish. It is an organized, systematic, and time-scheduled process that leads to the successful completion of a project.

The growing traction of skills-based organizations!

The growing traction of skills-based organizations!

Skills-based organizations have a more agile and employee-centric approach to work where employees are valued for their skills rather than their job title, level, or educational qualifications. It is a new operating model of work where employees are matched to tasks and projects based on skills, capabilities, and interests. Focusing on skill sets instead of job experience can help organizations optimize their existing talent pool. Skills-based organizations are moving away from traditional job structures and adopting agile talent development strategies. They have flatter, team-based structures with leaner job architectures, i.e. , fewer levels and job titles as well as broader pay structures.