By Patrick Willer, Workforce Innovation, SAP What is social collaboration? Just as it sounds: Teams work together, usually towards a common goal, but the goal doesn’t have to be pre-defined. And that's the beauty of it all.
Higher Logic’s Andy Steggles and the ASAE Executive Management Section Council have spent the past two years researching how organizations can provide relevance through embracing different types of volunteerism.
All change. But in other respects the landscape of volunteering has shifted markedly. For one thing volunteers feel much better supported today than they used to. The 1997 National Survey of Volunteering reported that 71% of volunteers felt ...
In an age where millions of people play video games daily, more and more businesses are introducing similar systems of play, achieve and reward to keep their staff motivated and productive. But can gamification take the workplace to the next level?
Call them what you wish—the connected generation, the post-Millennial generation, or perhaps more commonly, Generation Z—this next generation will enter the workforce before you know it. In fact, it is projected that by ...
A recent study of generations in the workforce examines the effect on companies when workers with institutional knowledge leave. (When Knowledge Left the Building - A recent study of generations in the workforce examines the effect on companies...
Lee Jones's insight:
Succession planning key to keeping the momentum of volunteer driven initiatives thriving
Human motivation is complex. Motivating humans in the workplace seems be a question business owners continue to struggle with. I've also have found two key factors that motivate consistently across all generations in the ...
Everyone talks about Millennials – but we will have five different generations in the workforce soon. Millennials will be the majority, though, so now's the time to drill deeper into what is happening.
Learning Service is an advocacy group that stemmed from the lessons PEPY Tours learned and promotes the idea we must learn about a community and the issues they face before we can offer any kind of service.
Lee Jones's insight:
How to make a thoughtful choice when considering overseas volunteering
Generation Z are born between 1994 and 2005 are beginning to enter the workforce. Are we ready for Generation Z or are we still trying to understand Millennials? A quick Generation Z definition is that Generation Z are ...
The Mountain View professional social network has been working toward the new site, volunteer.linkedin.com, since 2011 when it created a way for members to pad their resumes with volunteer or nonpaid jobs they held.
As we all know, volunteers are vital to museums. The DoSomething.org report and other articles I came across suggest that the face of volunteering and philanthropy are changing. It may be time for museums to take a closer ...
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