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How 15Five used Employee Insight to guide new software innovation

employee insight

This post shares how a software has been developed in response to extensive employee insight. We have shared before how crucial employee engagement & motivation are to achieving CX goals. The opportunity for HR Analytics also needs to be guided by a good understanding of what matters to your teams. So, I was delighted to be approached by David Mizne, editor of award-winning 15Five blog. Having seen our focus on.. Read More

Weology part 2 – how to go about changing culture to We

changing culture

Let’s return to Weology and the challenges the author, Peter Aceto, faced in changing culture. It has been great to hear that many of you have found our month focussed on books to be helpful & are reading more. A number of our regular guest bloggers have been joining you, so expect more book review blog posts to extend beyond this month. As Michael Hyatt is fond of saying, “a.. Read More

Why Customer Insight teams should learn from Design teams

learn from design teams

Listening to a Digital UX Design leader this week, I was struck by how much Insight teams can learn from Design teams. I had the privilege of speaking at a Marcus Evans conference on West India Quay in London. “Optimise User Experience and Digital Design to Increase Customer Centricity for Financial Institutions“. That must be the (crazily) longest event name I’ve ever attended! Anyway, before I shared on softer skills,.. Read More

Challenging the Narrative with 2018 Welsh Coaching Conference

Last week, I had the pleasure of attending an event with the theme of “Challenging the Narrative“. One of my favourite annual events, the 2018 Welsh Coaching Conference. Chaired once again, by the irrepressible Dave Tee, this event continues to go from strength to strength. Dave’s passion & commitment is no doubt one of the reasons for that, together with the great team at USW Commercial. My previous blog reports.. Read More

Role Definition Workshops – from tasks to the roles needed (part 2)

Role Definition Workshops

This is part 2 of guest blogger, Hanne Sorteberg’s, series on Role Definition Workshops. I hope part 1 was useful to you. In this post, Hanne goes on to explain how to get from your long list of tasks, to the roles you need. As we start a month, focussed on Data Science, organising teams into the roles needed, is as relevant as ever. We have seen, in both Hanne’s.. Read More

How to manage virtual teams well, using 6 key leadership behaviours

Sitting in the comfortable coffee lounge, of a modern glass skyscraper in Canary Wharf, our conversation turned to virtual teams across India. Despite an enviable view across London, the challenges of my guest stretched across the world. He sighed as I raised the topics of how to get virtual teams to work together effectively. It seems his challenges are all too common. As I speak with analytics & insight leaders,.. Read More

Designing analytics teams, some options and advice to consider

Many of my recent ‘coffee conversations’, with leaders, have focussed on designing analytics teams. It sounds like many of you are wrestling, with how to design & resource the team you need, for 2018 and beyond. For that reason, as the days begin to lengthen & we can start to dream of spring, we will focus on teams. Our theme for this month is designing and developing your teams. In.. Read More