It’s one thing to say you have a vision, it’s another thing to get there. It’s one thing to have some values, and another to demonstrate that they are indeed valued. And it’s one thing to know who you want to be, and another entirely to understand who you really are today. When it comes to culture and employee experience (EX), we all too often focus on the end and pay very little attention to the means….

What a time it is for African Americans to be represented in comic book movies, today’s most popular film genre. The ending of Avengers Endgame strongly suggests the next Captain America will be Black, while Black Panther remains the highest-grossing solo superhero movie ($1,346,913,161 globally).

We are all familiar with the adage: customers come first. Organizations have been swearing by it for years. We exist, after all, because of our customers. And they can make or break us. For most organizations, customers indeed come first.
With the changing nature of the workforce, it’s time to change our views. If it works for our customers, wouldn’t it (shouldn’t it) work for our employees? Time has come to work on enriching the employee experience just as we do the customer experience….

You cannot be a bull in China shop and slam into an organization and ask, “hey what is your company culture like?”
Besides the fact, you will not be hired there, an organization will feel dignified answering the question in a polished marketing-approved manner rather than a candid discussion. 
If you out rightly ask about the culture of an organization to either a recruiter or a Human Resources manager, they will tell you what you want to hear.

Some exciting news! This fall we will be hosting three live customer events in three different countries. This is a great opportunity to learn and share innovative solutions from industry experts, get hands-on software training, and network with other QuestionPro customers from all around the world.
Austin, Texas, USA:  QuestionPro Experience Day 2019
Date: Thursday, November 14th, 2019 9:00 AM –…

Brands are scrambling to collect insights smarter, faster and better in the endeavor of being relevant. Online communities are now becoming the most widely used form of conducting market research. In fact, 74% of all organizations now say that they are using some form of an online community for market research to collect actionable insights.