An unprecedented number of organizations across the world transitioned to a Work from Home (WFH) program on very short notice recently. What counts for “business as usual” changed completely in a matter of weeks, and that upending of routines presents an ongoing challenge for many leaders.
Over the past several weeks, the world has experienced an unprecedented rise in employees Working From Home (WFH) -- many of whom are new to the experience. While working from home can be beneficial in many ways, navigating your first few days (or weeks) can be surprisingly challenging.
That’s why we built this resource, where we’ll cover key areas like:
In this post, you’re going to cover some of the key metrics most successful organizations across the world track and work to improve.
You’ll also learn:
- Why each of these metrics matter
- how to gather and calculate the metrics yourself
- Simple ways you can use that data to improve
Let’s get started!
Is Your Company Culture Increasing Employee Motivation?
Company culture can be a potent source of motivation for your team or an equally powerful obstacle to it. Where does yours land, and how can you improve it?
Since launching pricing plans back in March 2018, we’ve learned a lot about how you integrate Polly in your daily work. From small and simple use cases to large and complex, our pricing was meant to serve all the various ways you use Polly.
As it turns out, our pricing wasn’t always simple or straightforward for every team – especially as the needs and size of the team scaled in usage. Our mission is to make it radically easier for all teams to measure and act on the knowledge that drives their work – and in order to make that a reality, we needed to simplify our pricing to reflect how our users use our product day in and day out.
Successful leaders and organizations recognize the irreplaceable value of employee feedback and insights -- but it’s not always clear what to look for, how and when to gather those insights, or how to apply what you’ve gathered.
Don’t worry -- that’s what this guide is all about.
All companies possess their own unique workplace culture that shapes how things get done, how employees interact with one another, and how people behave. It’s a combination of the values, beliefs, vision, systems, and habits that an organization and its members share. But how do you ensure that culture is positive and authentic?
Slack forever changed the way we communicate and collaborate at work. Like many groundbreaking tools, it continues to present a host of unique opportunities, but also some new challenges.
So how do you get the most out of Slack while navigating its challenges? We’ve boiled it down to six major functional areas every Slack user should learn.
Commonly used in product development teams, daily standups can help any team get in alignment while working towards a common goal or deliverable. Here at Polly, we’re strong advocates of using daily standups (or daily check-ins) as a way to get a quick pulse on your team’s progress day-to-day.