Waggl is an employee feedback platform that provides a more human way for organizations to crowdsource feedback. At its core, Waggl is a faster and more engaging alternative to a traditional survey.
Waggl, the most human way for organizations to crowdsource feedback and align on action, today announced that it has joined forces with the University of Phoenix® RedFlint™ experience center in downtown Las Vegas to incorporate its pulse survey technology in connection with RedFlint's workshops.
Crowdsourcing technology facilitates communication between employees, management, and various departments and serves as the catalyst for action.
Waggl, the most human way for organizations to crowdsource feedback and align on action, today announced that it has achieved a number of key milestones that will enable it to accelerate and scale significantly in the remainder of 2017.
Waggl, a technology platform that surfaces and distills real-time insights from groups of people, today announced that it is working with a number of premiere non-profit organizations to engage with their audiences.
Transforming an organizational culture is a dynamic and continuous process that is very dependent on understanding the voice of the people. That’s why continuous feedback in an open forum creates connection, collaboration, and alignment across the organization, facilitating forward momentum and growth.
Progressive companies are starting to rely on crowdsourced feedback for decision making because it’s more inclusive and more agile.
Waggl, a technology platform that surfaces and distills real-time insights from groups of people, today announced that it has partnered with Agility Consulting, the world’s premier consulting firm helping global leaders and organizations adapt and thrive in a VUCA (Volatile, Uncertain, Complex, and Ambiguous) World.
Unlike many other survey tools, Waggl allows employees to see answers their colleagues have given to open-ended questions (note that all answers are kept anonymous!) and then vote on which answers are, in their opinion, the best. So not only does Waggl allow you to solicit feedback from individual employees, but it also gives you some insight into the overarching consensus. Plus, Waggl also has a built-in infographic feature that quickly visualizes the data collected from any survey.
Waggl, a simple way to crowdsource insight from groups of people, today released new data revealing a significant shift in attitudes toward negative feedback from employees.
"No specific remedy could be found, but at Earls, management has become so obsessed with the “engagement” of its staff that it now places more importance on it than sales numbers, says Ms. Rigney. The reason is simple: the leaders of Earls have concluded that the components of engagement—employee happiness and commitment to the business—are exactly what drive sales, and therefore the bottom line"
Do you honestly believe that we, your employees, can be defined by a 10-point scale? Do you think capturing our feedback once or twice a year gets to the heart of our day-to-day emotions, thoughts, and feelings for the company?We’re not suggesting you need to eradicate surveys altogether; there’s a time and place. But as employees, we’re fed up with this being the only tool used to get our feedback.
"Launched in February as a spin-out from Fort Hill Company, Waggl is backed by a slew of individual investors including Jeff Snipes, founder and chief executive of Ninth House; Robert Hohman, the former president of Hotwire and founder of Glassdoor; James Gutierrez, the founder of Progreso Financiero; Ignace Goethals, a president of Smithkline Beecham’s animal health group; and Joe Abrams, a co-founder of Software Toolworks and Intermix, who joins the company as a director".