Product Update April 2018

Posted by Scott Wylie, Apr 8 2018

HunchBuzz is a great tool for your organization to harness ideas from employees and customers – and we want to make it even better. We’ve been working on a number of product updates to make HunchBuzz easier to use, simpler to manage and to reflect...

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How building staff capability can improve employee engagement

Posted by Steve Graham, Apr 28 2017

Employee engagement is one of the main priorities for organisations today. Successful organisations like Google, Microsoft and Mars Inc. are going above and beyond to reward their employees and create a company culture that allows employees to challenge...

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Create a Communications Plan for Idea Management

Posted by Jenni Guzman, Oct 27 2016

As part of our HunchBuzz offering, we are often asked on how to put together a Communications Plan when launching and maintaining an Idea Management Platform. Well here you go….

Communication is a broad concept, one that everyone thinks they understand...

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Rewards and Recognition for Internal Innovation

Posted by Jenni Guzman, Oct 19 2016

In the past few weeks we’ve discussed innovation, idea management, and employee engagement, and how your company can benefit from adapting to these concepts and ideas. Yet what we haven’t talked about is what happens after you implement and rollout...

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Creating Physical Workspaces For Collaboration and Ideas

Posted by Jenni Guzman, Oct 17 2016

A lot of people have heard of ‘creative’ workplaces, such as Pixar and Google, that boast exciting work environments for collaboration that stimulate their employees. With common cafe areas and unique styled furniture, these offices are unique to the...

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Employee Engagement Surveys

Posted by Jenni Guzman, Sep 29 2016

When you first think of an Employee Engagement survey, what is the first thought that comes to mind? Is it that you are turned off the idea of having to respond to a survey? Is it that you are worried that your responses won’t be heard? Or is it...

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