Article: The future of employee engagement: Lessons from experience

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The future of employee engagement: Lessons from experience

Is it time to deep dive into employee engagement in a more relevant way? Or to re-imagine and rewrite the rules of engagement for a multi-generational and multi-dimensional workforce in a disruptive business landscape?
The future of employee engagement: Lessons from experience
Two hundred employees. USD 2.3 Billion revenues. That works out to USD11Million per employee. The Finnish mobile gaming giant Supercell has not just nailed its secret sauce but an entire four-course meal on employee engagement! According to their CEO, they run their company like a sports team where the actual players are the superstars. They build the games with total autonomy – and the leaders just focus on the type of company they want to build and nurture. Employee engagement is a term that goes back decades — a factor that pundits agree is pivotal to business outcomes and customer loyalty. Gallup’s 2017 State of the Global Workforce states that only 15 percent of the global workforce feels truly engaged, and that employee disengagement costs the global economy USD 7 Trillion in productivity loss.  Is it time to deep dive into employee engagement in a more relevant way? Or to reimagine and rewrite the rules of engagement for a multi-generational and multi-d...

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