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Amazon and the Bezos Leadership Experiment

Several weeks ago we posted a news insight article on Tony Hsieh’s bold experiment with holacracy at Zappos.com, a division of Amazon. The New York Times’ recent account of the culture at Amazon.com (see “Inside Amazon: Wrestling Big Ideas in a Bruising Workplace” ) highlights an entirely different approach to management at the parent company. […]

Hay Group and the Engagement Talent Challenge

When a company the caliber of Hay Group says there’s a talent shortage in the emerging engagement space, that’s a problem for Hay Group and others, but an opportunity as well. See  Hay Group: Engagement Creates Talent Challenge. For those not familiar with Hay Group, it’s one of the world’s blue chip consulting firms, with […]

If Engagement Is Just Around the Corner, What Does That Mean to You?

If Engagement Is Just Around the Corner, What Does That Mean to You? You can imagine my reaction to Bret Starr’s prognostications about the engagement movement reported this week on ESM at Enterpriseengagement.org. Of course, we hear the same prediction from more and more leaders in human resources and marketing, but after many years in […]

Guilty As Charged: Enterprise Engagement Is About the Bottom Line

The attack we have been waiting for on the concept of engagement has finally come, after almost seven years. Although the logic and research behind the concept of Enterprise Engagement seems irrefutable to us, a scathing attack comes from U.K. human resources blogger and group HR Director for Penguin Random House, Neil Morrison. In a recent post […]

Peter Hart, Recognition Leader, Reflects on Engagement Movement

I recently caught up with Peter Hart, CEO of Rideau Recognition, and asked for his thoughts on the engagement movement and its impact on the recognition field. Rideau acquired the Recognition Management Institute in 2006 and has been a consistent supporter of, and active participant in, the field’s trade organization, Recognition Professionals International, and other […]

Why Engagement is a Movement in the U.K. and Not Yet in the U.S. : An Interview with David MacLeod

While the Enterprise Engagement Alliance and its sponsors have toiled away mostly under the radar in the U.S. to promote the field of Enterprise Engagement, in Great Britain it’s another story. Backed by the commitment of David Cameron, the country’s recently re-elected Prime Minister, the topic of employee engagement, it’s safe to say, is a […]

Goodsnitch App Connects Employees and Customers to Help Enhance Brand Engagement

We continue to be excited by the number of tools emerging for the engagement marketplace and to learn how the founders of these tools invented them.  Recently, we shared with you information on theEmployeeApp. This app enables companies to quickly and easily inform employees about the information they need to better perform their jobs via […]

At 19% Engaged – U.S. and China Lead the World in New Buckingham Employee Engagement Index

The U.S. and China lead the world in employee engagement at 19% “fully engaged”, according to a new standardized international employee engagement index created by the Marcus Buckingham Company. Called the StandOut Global Engagement Index (GEI), the report compares employee engagement in 13 countries. Spain and Argentina ranked lowest in employee engagement. The company claims […]

Special Offer for EEA Community for E2MA 2015 Red Diamond Congress, July 20-22, Quincy MA

As indicated in the chapter on Trade Show Engagement in the 2nd edition of Enterprise Engagement: The Textbook, trade shows have become a critical tool for engaging not only customers, but also employees and vendors. This year’s Red Diamond Conference, produced by E2MA (the Exhibitor and Event Marketers’ Association), will have a special track on […]

Recent Reports Highlight Impact of Bad Bosses on Productivity and Branding

Earlier this year, this blog highlighted the damage done by bad bosses; a recent New York Times Sunday Review article entitled “Is Your Boss Mean?” written by researchers who have studied the subject, reported that mean and demeaning bosses not only make people miserable, they significantly affect the ability of employees to do their jobs […]

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