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After last month’s release of Talbit 2.0 “Beyond” we have been going full-speed on development - improving the Talbit experience, fixing bugs and also adding new much-requested features 💎
After summer and fall updates, our team has been working extremely hard on a major refresh of the Talbit platform. We call it Talbit Beyond and we are proud to say it’s finally here. 💎
No design is ever set in stone — it is always changing and evolving according to users' needs and the possibilities of technology.
As some of you might have noticed already, Talbit got an update recently. Here's a summary of what's new!
Hello to all our wonderful Talbiters! Hope you had a great and refreshing summer and some time to relax as well.
The best companies of tomorrow are transforming from the mindset of the so-called “traditional way” of working. This transformation affects many areas of the business from strategy, vision, and mission to the structure and management of the organization.In this article, we take a closer look at some of these mindset shifts.
Hot summer of 2020 continues and we are excited to announce the release of the latest Talbit update, which includes a big new feature — the Path Library.
We’ve been busy at Talbit working on a number of updates and features during. We are happy to announce the first big integration with Talbit — the Talbit Slack Bot.
In 2020 traditional collaboration with email and instant messaging -tools is not enough anymore.
As I’m writing this, the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown continues in many countries around the world and most of us knowledge workers now have to spend our days quarantined inside our houses. The pandemic has very much affected our working life and made remote work a must for many organizations.
With the global COVID19 -pandemic affecting the economy, every company is now focused on saving and cutting costs. We believe this time is very important to also make investments if possible. These investments should focus on the most important part of your company — your employees.
These are completely new and unusually strange times for all of us around the entire world. The global Corona-virus pandemic has closed down entire countries and forced many of us to work from home in order to avoid the spread of the disease.
You may have heard about the OKR-framework and that all the most successful companies in the world, like Google, Amazon, Twitter and Uber use it. But what does it actually mean? And how can you use the OKR-model in the development of your company talent?
Today, Millennials and Gen Z make up more than half the world’s population and together they account for most of the global workforce. These generations are very focused on finding meaning with the work they do and how it contributes to their personal development.