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We can customize our Commitment Devices to ensure satisfaction of corporate and institutional wellness, environmental and productivity goals. Egonomics Lab offers the opportunity to encourage your employees to make health and/or work related Commitments, such as losing weight, quitting smoking, exercising regularly, or meeting sales quotas, to name just a few.

We can work with your organization directly to create added incentives for your employees to fulfill the terms of their commitments. We can design unique Commitment Devices, aimed at improving the health or performance of your employees. From losing weight to smoking cessation, or meeting deadlines to exceeding sales targets, any goal can be achieved by a specific well designed Commitment Device.

  • Encourage employees to lose weight, quit smoking and exercise regularly to lower healthcare costs
  • Get the company and its employees to go green to reduce carbon footprint and energy costs for the company
  • Start a corporate-performance initiative to get employees to commit to deadlines and performance benchmarks to improve efficiency, productivity, and earnings.

By using our experience in designing Strategies a Incentives you can improve the quality of the working environment in your organization promoting:

  • Cooperation
  • Efficiency
  • Green projects
  • Saving programs
  • Helthy habits

We just build a custom commitment model for your organization, based on your needs, and we transform it into a Corporate Social Network for the employees. Check out our demo


Corporate Social Networking (CSN) technology is changing the way relationships are formed and strengthened in business environments, and, therefore, is changing the way business is conducted. In the past, employees built relationships by working in close proximity or sharing information over the proverbial water cooler. As organizational structures evolve, disperse, and separate geographically, individuals have begun to initiate, extend, and manage their network of professional relationships through social, Web 2.0 technologies.

Online social networking within the enterprise increases the density of connections among individuals to drive business value. A Corporate Social Network is a collection of social networks, among which affinity groups of employees and other constituents learn about each other and interact through their own, individual profiles. Employees and other constituents may be members of multiple networks within the Corporate Social Network, requiring that their profiles be portable and able to collect and amalgamate information from that individual’s interactions and knowledge sharing among all of the corporate networks to which he or she has access. These networks are secure and private, open only to those constituencies identified by the enterprise, and they provide role-based access to people and information which are controlled by the enterprise, as well as varying levels of privileges for network administrators.

The connections fostered through Corporate or Enterprise Social Networks are anchored in affinity and beneficial to individual members through the people and information they are able to find, creating connections and knowledge capital that become attached to their profile and visible to other network members. Corporate Social Networks are used primarily to build trust and share knowledge on a peer-to-peer basis, as opposed to through documents that are subject to information obsolescence. Network members share knowledge in real-time, in effect creating a living knowledge map within the enterprise network. Today’s corporate environment is unique and dynamic; organizations are globally dispersed, high value is placed on knowledge, and requirements for innovation are ever growing. Companies that thrive in this environment are finding ways to connect their people through Corporate Social Networking.

Collaboration solutions are aimed to provide this platform to the organizations by leveraging the Web 2.0 concepts and design. The basic idea involves building a platform that acts as a meeting place for geographically separate employees to share their thoughts, views and get their questions answered. It’s an informal mechanism that not only makes it easy for an individual to learn new concepts, but also a reference platform that is available for a longer period that be referred to as and when required. Web 2.0 concepts like Blogs, Wikis, Discussion forums, Personalization, Targeted search and podcasting can be leveraged extensively to build such platforms.