The power of deep engagement

As workplace strategists and designers better understand their role as “systems designers,” deeply engaging and involving users is both powerful and critical.

By Jan Johnson
Issue 11 - Spring 2019 pages 13 - 16
Tags: engagement • design • workplace

Usually considered a curse, the phrase “May you live in interesting times” is meant to be ironic. Interesting times – like the ones we’re in now – are full of change and disruption. Trying to keep up with the pace of technology and its impacts, like way faster business cycles; “passing the baton” from Boomers to Millennials to Gen Z; responding appropriately to the huge interest in wellness and engagement – those are only a few of the challenges organizations are trying to navigate.

It’s not surprising that we long for simpler times when things w...

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