Why you can’t make Eeyore happier
If you have read Yuval Noah Harari’s excellent book “Sapiens” you will be familiar with the Lottery Problem. This maintains that everyone has a natural level of serotonin and dopamine (the chemical compounds in our bodies that produce feelings of happiness) and that even if you raise this via an incredibly positive experience such as […]Continue reading
Let’s get engaged!
Can simple changes in the working environment improve engagement and productivity? Peter Townshend of Know More investigates. It's a worrying thought that most of us don't seem to like our jobs much. Figures from Gallup suggest that only 13% of global workers are “psychologically committed to their jobs and likely to be making positive contributions […]Continue reading
Keeping Up With Change
Buildingi’s Amber Miller looks at the expectations of the multi-generational workforce and how to get them to play together nicely. How happy they will be if we start to attach sensors directly to them is another matter. It has already begun to occur with European companies trialling under-skin microchip implants and other less invasive systems. […]Continue reading
CADM Opens US Office
We are delighted to announce the opening of our first United States office. Based in Philadelphia, the new office will be responsible for providing software implementation, sales and support in the US and Canada. The new team will offer additional support to our existing clients and partners in North America as well as developing new […]Continue reading
Office Christmas Extravaganza or Bah Humbug?
Christmas can be one of the most controversial times of year, not only at home but also in the workplace. The Whoville Holiday Cheermeister’s of the world (that’s me!) tend to want to share the joy they feel with everyone whether it is appreciated or not. In my case usually singing Christmas songs at people […]Continue reading