Redefining Collaboration in a Virtual Age

by ExperiencePoint

Though this time of global change and of mass digital transfomation, we have seen the habits and rhythms of our workforces, leaders and consumers shift, along with their individual perceptions of what could and couldn’t be possible in this new reality.

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Take a Mini Change Project for a Test Drive: Part 2

by ExperiencePoint

Welcome to Part 2 of our Test Drive series, a quick guide to deploying a mini change project within your own workplace. The ultimate goal? To provide you with a fun and risk-free introduction to change before you delve into this fascinating approach at a greater, organization-wide scale.

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Take a Mini Change Project for a Test Drive

by ExperiencePoint

All changes brought about by the global pandemic have been swift and substantial, impacting every corner of the social and economic landscape. While business leaders worldwide have been called to pivot their products and services to align with this new world, it is equally pressing that related change is introduced into the rhythms of the organizations themselves.

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What Does It Really Mean to Create a Culture of Innovation?

by ExperiencePoint

"We need to create a culture of innovation."  

So begins a familiar conversation in boardrooms across the world. The reasons for wanting innovation (game-changing products, services and processes) are well understood. But why "culture"?  

Here’s how Tony Bond, EVP and Chief Innovation Officer at Great Place to Work®, answers that question in his work:

Why focus on culture? Workplace culture, intentionally or unintentionally, affects how your employees and your customers experience the business and the brand.

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Innovation and Change Behind the Scenes: Designing an Inviting and Collaborative Office Environment

by ExperiencePoint

 

 

We’re lucky to have an office environment that truly reflects and, in many ways, is an integral part of the ExperiencePoint culture. But with more EPers joining the team at a fairly rapid pace in 2016, our hallways started filling up as we began to run out of assigned homes for people.

How to solve the problem? Well, we had a few assumptions about what we should do, but we soon realized, the answers aren’t always as obvious as they may seem on the surface.

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