Better business decisions,
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It drives growth and profitability. It’s the heart of employee engagement, the engine of innovation and the key to competitiveness. Decision making is the most important thing your company does.
Enterprises run on software platforms, yet there was no platform for decision making. Until now.
With Cloverpop, decision makers use a smart Decision Flow to frame their decisions, then invite stakeholders to weigh in using a collaborative process based on behavioral science.
The result? Just 20 minutes in the Decision Flow brings new ideas, clarity and better buy-in while eliminating 20 hours of meetings and 4 weeks of delays.
With Cloverpop, decisions are automatically and clearly communicated up, down and across the enterprise via colorful dashboards showing the status of every decision.
When every decision is clearly communicated, employee engagement skyrockets and decision execution accelerates.
Cloverpop’s powerful decision database tracks critical details of the decision-making process and its results.
By measuring the decision-making process, enterprises can gain insights to take charge of the most important business activity, getting better results, faster.
“This was very simple and fast. After it was finished I was able to quickly see where we stood as a group. People could give their real opinions.”
“This is an awesome tool! I have never experienced more ease making such a decision. And it's especially effective when your colleagues are more difficult than the decision you're making!”
“We had been discussing this decision for months without making headway. Using Cloverpop enabled me to glean the proper knowledge to make an informed decision. This was an effective, efficient way to make a very tough decision.”
“I like the fact that you could basically hold a business meeting where everyone can attend on their own time.”
“I felt much more confident making the decision using Cloverpop. I wasn’t sure where everyone stood and what they thought was best. Being able to see everyone’s feelings and thoughts when making the decision was invaluable.”
“Cloverpop really gave me insight into where everyone else was with this decision. When you are just discussing something in a meeting it is easy to not remember someone’s concerns or misinterpret how much a certain concern means to someone.”
“I like how Cloverpop flows and how easy it is to use. It is a simple and straightforward system to help make business decisions easier, and to get the input of your team.”
“While I expected Cloverpop might help to brainstorm and call up concerns that may not be particularly obvious, what it can also do is show just how much consensus actually exists for a particular solution.”
“Making this decision had become stressful, and was putting a strain on interpersonal relationships in the office. Using Cloverpop allowed me to step away from the emotional, and look solely at the logic.”
“I think some of the team do a better job when they are not face to face with everyone else. It is easier for them to let everyone know pros and cons without feeling pressured. It also helps them brainstorm their ideas and keeps them focused.”
“Cloverpop helped to crystallize my decision. I tend to stew on decisions. I try to look outwardly confident and put out an attitude of not looking back...but I kind of do. I'm not looking back on this decision at all. I'm really confident that this is the right thing to do.”
“I like how the Cloverpop system flows. I added my decision and it helps me go through the pros and cons, how I feel about them, and what alternatives may exist. It is easy to understand, as well as being well designed.”
Approximately 107 percent of managers think disagreements are a problem, although 140 percent disagree about the right solution. Luckily, 96 percent agree on Cloverpop.
Daniel Kahneman proved that even Nobel Prize winners like him take biased shortcuts when making decisions. Yes, even Einstein. Cloverpop helps you make better decisions than Einstein. How cool is that?
The business week is about making things happen. Decisions make things happen. Get in the habit of using Cloverpop to make things happen. Or procrastinate until Wednesday.
We know you don’t want to judge. But seriously, they’re dragging their feet, they’re pushing their own agendas, they’re not seeing things objectively. What is it with these people?
Humans are social. We cooperate to get bigger things done than we can do alone. Humans are smart. We see things from different perspectives. None of us are smarter than many of us.
It’s hump day, there’s still time to salvage your week by making something happen. Think of it like skiing, surfing or doing yoga - it’s fun to do, looks cool, and good for you, too!
Presentations actually eat our brains. They are digitized zombie spawn. They use brainwashing techniques to convince people to do our bidding. Only brainwash people if you know you are right.
Look, we get it, presentations are cool. It’s just that they eat our brains. At least use Cloverpop to unscramble everyone’s brains before feeding them to the zombies. Scrambled brains taste awful.
Meetings waste like $110B every year! Stop having meetings to talk past each other. Use Cloverpop to get the full picture, then decide...maybe without any meetings at all!
OK, so maybe you are a social person and like decision meetings. But emails are not social. Email addiction shrinks our brains. Help your brain grow. Use Cloverpop.
Don’t let emails suck the fun out of work. They trick you into taking positions and advocating for decisions before you know what’s right. And then there’s unread emails, cc-ing people...ugh.
Yoga is like Cloverpop for your body. We don’t know what that means, but yoga is blowing up right now, so we want to associate our product with yoga.
Believe it or not, almost 99.99999 percent of rational people face business decisions that have a high degree of uncertainty. Never let them see you sweat...but remember they are sweating, too.
Cloverpop is easy. It takes about 10 minutes to save you from 10 hours of disagreement and speed up decisions by 10 days. You are frickin’ busy! You should do it.
If you don’t listen to other people, do they really exist? There’s a fine line between absolute power and always being right. And you live on both sides of the line.
Sure, some guy won an award in Sweden after spending sixty years proving people take too many biased decision shortcuts. What does he know that your gut doesn’t? Your gut is awesome.
Decisions are awesome. But who wants to build yet another business product that screws up our weekends? Go do yoga, play with your kids, take a nap, eat a salad, pet a dog.
Some people call it leaping to conclusions. You ask what’s wrong with jumping off cliffs. Alone. While everyone else watches from a safe distance.
You thought about it for a second and vaguely remember a situation in your past that might be relevant. No reason to clear your head and look at things objectively. Just start talking.
When it comes to business decisions,Fridays are basically the weekend. Not the best day to make decisions. A pretty good day to do other stuff. Online shopping anyone? Office football pool?
What’s the fun in telling stories that make it sound like you’re always right?
Stop deciding and pay attention to what you’re shoving in your mouth! Savor your meals. Take small bites. Eat superfoods. How many times do you have to be told this!?!
Kids know more about iPads than you do. They know how to use crafting tables in Minecraft. Just hand Cloverpop over and put them in charge.
Naps are awesome. They make you smarter. They make you better looking. They make you live longer, happier lives. Please don’t let Cloverpop keep you from taking a nap.
Dogs are pleasers. They reduce stress and anxiety. They don’t cc people, and they don’t care if you mess up and crater your company. Just throw the ball and rub the belly.
You’ve already got your hands full. Seriously, those things are razor-clawed, arm-shredding hissing hair bombs.
Six words that should never be trusted after a six pack: “I know what we should do.”
There is nothing better than using work decisions to torture people. Arguments, confusion, uncertainty, really well crafted flame emails - the spice of life!