92% of respondents agreed with the assertion, “Negative (redirecting) feedback, if delivered appropriately, is effective at improving performance.
Those who received strong feedback had turnover rates that were 14.9% lower than for employees who received no feedback.
Nearly 60% of survey respondents reported that they would like feedback on a daily or weekly basis—a number that increased to 72% for employees under age 30.
Alison’s holistic approach to getting things done helped her find a niche in strategic operations. During her career at Disney Imagineering and Big Stage Entertainment, Alison worked alongside executives to help deliver several innovative programs, one of which can still be “experienced” today at DisneyWorld. Most recently, Alison was a member of the founding team for a fashion startup, helping them to launch their initial e-commerce platform and retail presence.
As VP of Operations at Theorem, overseeing operational leadership and strategic planning, Alison is driven by her passion for efficiency and maintaining team morale. She was recently invited to join a CIO Certification program at UCLA, which will capitalize on her interests in infrastructure optimization and change management. Alison also serves on the Board of The Los Angeles Giving Circle, which to date has given back close to $1 million to non-profit organizations supporting underserved women and girls in Los Angeles County.
Over the last 12 years, we have grown from an engineering-only organization, to a global innovation firm that solves complex challenges for the world’s biggest companies.
As we’ve grown, strengthening our core areas of expertise and developing new specializations, we needed a brand that accurately reflected our purpose, our beliefs, and our capabilities.
Citrusbyte has become Theorem.