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For a virtual "suggestion" system to be effective, staff need to be empowered to TEST ideas, not rely on manager approval. See @KaiNexus
Problem w the @_Vocoli approach is a manager deciding "good idea" or "bad idea." Needs to be a #kaizen approach, not virtual suggestion box
Cute @_Vocoli video illustrates the problem with traditional suggestion boxes: vocoli.com
Vocoli software amps up idea of employee suggestion box bizjournals.com/boston/blog/t… via @BostonBizNews
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