We think there is something missing, and we think we might be the best people to fill the gap. We changed this industry once, and we think we can do it again.
It’s now our calling to share what we have learned about the psychology behind elite performance, and how to use it to dramatically improve key business outcomes. We can do it for you, or we can teach it to you. Contact us to figure out your best alternative…
The Landscape of Human Capital
The tools have evolved—the science has not! Faster and cheaper is good—inadequate points of view are not!
We Are Just Getting Started (Again)
We have spent the last 40 years doing ground-breaking, proprietary workforce engagement research—research we still use at Workforce Science Associates. You see, while technology has changed the way business delivers surveys and pulse measurements, the core understanding, drivers and priorities of employee engagement remain the same. Our method of determining what priorities are right for your employee engagement efforts and what data is most important to your business was a large contributing to the quick growth of Kenexa. Kenexa grew from a team of two, to 200 employees fueled by $40 Million in annual sales. Staying true to our science, we took Kenexa public, and grew to over 3,000 employees with $400 Million annual sales. And our core competency was, and remains, all about managing ours and your most important resource—the workforce. This history will only be enriched as many of the best people in the industry join us in our adventure.
It’s Been a Rewarding Journey.
From Kenexa talent management solutions to Workforce Science Associates workforce engagement offerings, the experiences, learnings and interactions have been too many to count for our leadership team. We’ve encountered so much, learned countless insights, and shared and taught some of the largest organizations in the world about “smart” employee engagement practices and processes. We couldn’t possibly list them all, so we’ve shared the most critical milestones below with you.
1975—Bill leaves a rewarding career teaching psychology to join SRI (later Gallup) where he worked his way up to EVP of the fastest growing division of Gallup’s Selection and Development business.