People Intelligence for Your Teams
Understand your people, productivity, and performance to improve operational effectiveness.
Whitepapers and eBooks
eBook: How People Intelligence Data Cuts Through Bias
How do you learn to recognize and reject these biases? You need to learn how to use People Intelligence Data. This eBook will show you how to leverage People Intelligence Data to make better decisions and improve your organization’s growth.
eBook: Driving Operational Effectiveness Through People Intelligence
How do you integrate half a dozen different conflicting SaaS platforms into a single operational strategy to improve the way you do business?
Learn how to improve your organization’s operational effectiveness with an emphasis on People Intelligence.
User Stories and Case Studies
Eric founded his company, which provides
automated receipt tracking and
reimbursement for employees, back in
2015. After identifying product market fit,
they were rapidly growing going from a
team of 4 to a team of 198 in 2020.
Mark was at a loss of words. His two top
engineers had told him on the same day that
they had decided to leave the organization.
How was it possible that Mark didn’t see
this coming? What was he going to do—he
could never replace their intensive product
knowledge and was panicked at how the
rest of the team was going to respond.
Jeff had a problem—his customer NPS score
was dropping steadily and his team started
to fracture. They were missing goals, losing
clients, and getting frustrated.
The CEO and Sales Operations manager of a
well-known and highly transactional
software company came to Peoplelogic
looking to better understand their Sales
team. They knew who the top performers
were and they knew who the bottom
performers were, but they wanted to
establish a series of best practices that
could help elevate the entire team.
The VP of Product at a software company
came to Peoplelogic looking for a solution to
help her manage her team more effectively.
She had hit her wits end and was completely
blurring the lines of work and life, feeling
burnt out. She needed help, but didn’t want
to overwhelm her team, nor did she want to
mention to the rest of the executive team
that she was having trouble performing at
The People Operations leader at a fast
growing technology company that had just
recently closed a large round of external
funding came to us with a problem—they
were losing some of their top performers
and didn’t know why.
Automated mission control for teams.