HR is bombarded with demands for analytics that will improve a host of business processes, from talent acquisition and management to leadership and performance, culture adoption, and employee engagement and retention.
As organizations enter the final quarter, many will be planning and budgeting for next fiscal year. For most, planning and budgeting will be shaped by high-level organizational objectives as well as departmental objectives.
The Practical Application of Natural Language Processing in Internal Communications
Internal Communications is the next great application for natural language processing (NLP). In fact, NLP has the potential to disrupt the landscape in employee engagement and communication.
As the budgeting cycle begins for most companies, it’s time to consider next year’s strategy and budget for employee engagement and communication.
When it comes to technology, we often focus on the next big thing and how technology advancement that is going to change the world as we know it.
In our recent survey designed to learn about the communication requirements of non-desktop and remote employees versus the needs of office employees, our study revealed that -- regardless of work environment -- employees want the same thing: their organization’s commitment to frequent and effective communication.
In a thoughtful e-book titled “The Top 10 Barriers Communicators Face,” the Grossman Group shares the ten most common barriers to effective communication that leaders construct. The e-book provides actionable tips about how to address the problem with executives.
Thousands of words will be penned and spoken in reaction to a document titled “Google’s Ideological Echo Chamber,” an engineer’s 3,300-word document on “ideological diversity.” Some will argue that we must respect dissenting voices in the workplace, and others will express outrage over flawed thinking about gender.
A number of news outlets reported that Slack is raising a $250 million round at a $5 billion valuation. First things first -- congratulations to the Slack team for creating such incredible value for their company. It’s a goal all startups aspire to.
Now that we’ve inspired our employees by casting a vision of a successful company change, let’s explore how to implement successful employee behavior.