Engaged Organizations

Strategy

My work with communities for the past decade was focused on how communities align ecosystems in a world of constant adaptation and that work is the foundation of Engaged Organizations’ Theory of Change. In a world of robots, automation, and AI work is changing at an accelerating pace and that means that organizations are changing

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Engagement is Complex Engagement metrics are challenging because engagement is a spectrum of psychological intensity and is useful in broadly defining how active, interested, and committed people are. That vague general definition was fine – until we started trying to measure engagement. Measuring feelings is always a dicey business and depending on the methodology and

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Organizations that create compelling collaborative strategies benefit from dramatically lower friction – and lower operational costs. Yet creating these collaborative, engaged, and psychologically safe workplace seems to bedevil most organizations. I believe it is the way we think about and construct business models and strategies. Too often, the non-financial values go unconsidered in business models

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Now available – new research on Enterprise community programs, how they operate, and what impact they have. Digital Workplace Communities in 2021 offers data about the changing visibility and impact of these programs, especially as organizations adjusted to the COVID pandemic and now as they navigate a hybrid workplace. The results are remarkable. Those organizations

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