You can read these case studies through our blog. After three years of the BEST programme, major improvements in staff engagement levels could be seen across the organisation. BEST officially finished in , but the BCC has sought to build on its legacy and continues to actively engage its staff. Employees felt a high level of demotivation in their jobs. The council was determined to buck this trend. The aim of the BEST programme was to strengthen the psychological contract which represents mutual beliefs, perceptions and informal obligations between the council and its employees, as well as improve overall levels of motivation and empowerment.
Engagement and innovation: the Honda case
BRIDGEi2i case study - Enhanced employee engagement
The Executive Summary presents a snapshot of what's to come in the Follow-Up Report and introduces the subjects of two new case studies with key learnings. In total, author Ben Pesner will review the engagement strategies of nine theatres across the U. What has changed? Author Ben Pesner gives a theatre-by-theatre look at the companies whose audience engagement and community development strategies were profiled in the original case studies, looking particularly at major updates to programming and lessons learned. This portion of the report also includes a conclusion section with insights the author gained from updating the original profiles and adding the two new case studies.
CUCM is a trade and services organization that is owned by all of the credit unions of Manitoba. It undertakes a wide variety services on behalf of credit unions and has pressing communications and engagement needs on a daily basis. Imaginet grasped the uniqueness of their relationships and collaboration needs, helping CUCM arrive at an effective custom solution. CUCM refined its strategic direction and the new approach depended heavily on engagement, communication and knowledge management. Their member credit unions are not on the same shared platform.
Ongoing research suggests that there is a clear link between interventions and enhanced employee engagement. In addition, there appears to be evidence that monoculture outperform multicultural establishments. The research was exploratory in nature and relied, in the main, on secondary data sources.