Thanks for signing up and adding your picture. I am busy on the site welcoming members who have joined from the past few weeks as I prepare to head to India in 2 hours. I too appreciate the social element of work…"
I'm a knowledge work consultant specialized in social technology. I strongly believe that crowdsourcing and gamification are keys to productive and motivational modern work - when done right. I'm also interested in work psychology and all kind of social media and its sub-phenomena.
What is your interest or involvement in employee engagement?
Right now I'm trying to find out how to engage employees by means of crowdsourcing. I also want to learn how to utilize crowdsourcing in change management if it's possible in general.
Define employee engagement in your own words.
Employee engagement means that employees are willing to do what ever is needed for the company.
Thanks for signing up and adding your picture. I am busy on the site welcoming members who have joined from the past few weeks as I prepare to head to India in 2 hours. I too appreciate the social element of work and crowd-sourcing. I am intrigued by organization who crowdsource strategy with staff rather than go away on an isolated retreat. Have you read the McKinsey piece: https://www.mckinseyquarterly.com/The_social_side_of_strategy_2965
I am including a link to my 50 page document on the pyramid of engagement - suggesting engagement is never more than 10 blocks away. To read or download the document click here.
Have a great 2013. All the best with all of your work in Finland and elsewhere.
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