Reëxamining how we work.

Bad habits often begin with the best of intentions, or in an instant of momentary need. Before we know it, those things become the immutable way we do it, and we don’t usually take the time to ask if it’s the best way to do it.

How much time do you spend debugging* your company's processes & procedures which elevate daily workplace stress? How do you track the lifecycle of a campaign and apply the lessons you learned from it, to the next?

Our process is based on research in psychological theory and technology.

  1. Measure and monitor daily employee stress levels.

  2. Identify patterns and trends among different groups and divisions.

  3. Interview employees and analyze the corporate policies at work.

  4. Create and implement micro-solutions designed to reduce stress and inefficiencies.

  5. Test implemented micro-solutions.

  6. Use the feedback loop to track and validate results. 




*For comparison, your R&D department spends an estimated 80-90% of their time debugging code.

"Debugging is the routine process of locating and removing computer program bugs, errors or abnormalities, which is methodically handled by software programmers via debugging tools. Debugging checks, detects and corrects errors or bugs to allow proper program operation according to set specifications."

SOURCE: TECHOPEDIA