Complaining about Status Quo Vs. Grumbling about ET Group Doing Something Unique
If you’ve read about the unique approach to business ET Group has taken for the past couple of years, chances are you’ve wondered—and possibly asked someone else—why it would do things that way.
Why would CEO Dirk Propfe transform his company to allow any employee to make decisions for the company, no matter how big or small they are?
Why would ET Group allow employees to name their own salaries after a year with the company?
And why would they allow employees to essentially job-hop within the company structure, a move they call “energizing roles?”
We also took a closer look at some of the recent worst examples of retail stores that maybe should have hired another AV integrator—if they hired one in the first place—to help them add new technology to their stores in an age where customers need to be captivated rather than turned away by failing tech.
We even let our resident Millennial web editor take a stab at rewriting some of our headlines in the style made popular by Buzzfeed in an attempt to show you how things could look on CI in an alternate universe.
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