December 10, 2015 | By Mike Ryan
In the world of business being “disruptive” means to unset, depose or radically change the accepted way of doing things. By that definition, social recognition is also disruptive.
Social recognition has removed constraints, shattered limitations and expanded expectations. It’s driving fundamental changes in the way employee recognition and sales incentive programs are imagined, utilized and leveraged.
In this month’s Performance Perspective, Mike Ryan explores:
The “disruptive” power of social recognition
How to disrupt the design paradigm and delivery modes of social recognition
Why democratizing recognition is critical
How Madison makes that all happen with Maestro, the most configurable cloud-based SaaS Social Recognition Technology