“Woah, 2019 just flew by!” I keep hearing this as we get closer to the end of the year, but what if I told you the secret to slowing time down? Understanding the way we experience time can help us be purposeful in slowing our sense of time, and of course, for me that’s [...]
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Have you ever been in a brain storming session and you’re stuck for ideas? Have you needed to move a project forward but instead of making a decision you felt overwhelmed by the different possibilities the project can go? If the answer is yes, then this post is for you! Previously in our series [...]
Musketeers created the Employee Strategy Canvas about a year ago to help a client clarify a people strategy that would support the organisation’s planned changes and growth. About six months ago we released this tool under the Creative Commons license on our website and from the response it's clear that there is a need [...]
Now that we’re past the introduction of Employee Experience Design (What the Heck is EX Design Part 1) and the heavy stuff (What the Heck is EX Design Part 2 — The Philosophy of EX Design) it’s time to get into the more practical aspects of my work — The Principles of Employee Experience [...]
July is B Corp Month, a time of where we at Musketeers and other purpose-driven organisations around the world get the word out about the power and potential of using business as a force for good. B Corp certified organisations commit to pursue more than just profit, but also place weight and importance [...]
In What the Heck is EX Design Part 1 I started to share a little about what Employee Experience Design is all about. In this second part I want to share more about some of its philosophical underpinnings. Before we get started though, I want to clarify that when we speak about the “philosophy” of EX [...]
Journey mapping is awesome. Very often in my work as an Employee Experience Designer I use journey maps to explore and unpack an employee’s experience through parts of their lifecycle (eg onboarding, performance meetings etc). Journey maps have been a core tool of service and user designers because they are so useful for unpacking [...]
“So what do you do Lucas?” Ever since we started Musketeers I’ve been unpacking the language to describe Employee Experience Design (EXD) - the application of human-centred design principles and methods to the workplace internally and to the domain of People, Culture and Performance. If you’ve been hearing some of the talk about Employee [...]
Musketeers are excited to introduce our Hello VR workshops in partnership with ACHIEVR!With investment in Virtual and Augmented Reality development at an all time high, it is clear that these technologies will transform our workplaces and employee experiences. But business leaders today want to get beyond the hype and start making real business [...]
Cues are the subtle signs that help shape and direct situations and experiences. They are extremely powerful because they tend to be processed by our subconscious, require less cognitive load to process (thinking energy), and we tend to accept and follow easily. Cues occur naturally in social contexts (eg body language), but we can also [...]