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WorldBlu has awarded Mojo Interactive, the creative engine that imagined the PracticeDock suite of products and services, “Most Democratic Workplace” certification for the second year in a row. Mojo Interactive is an Orlando and San Francisco-based Internet company that imagined the online marketing solutions and services under the PracticeDock umbrella. The company is one of only 48 organizations to be chosen on this list, alongside Zappos.com, Great Harvest Bread Company, New Belgium Brewery, and HCL Technologies.
The WorldBlu List of Most Democratic Workplaces recognizes and honors organizations that operate democratically. This list is announced on an annual basis to spotlight companies that champion organizational democracy and freedom in the workplace. Traci Fenton, CEO and Founder of WorldBlu.com says, “The WorldBlu List standard is extremely high — not all companies that applied or who were on last year’s list were awarded this year.”
Glen Lubbert, Mojo Interactive’s Chief Imaginaut and CEO says, “This past year we made huge strides in becoming an even more democratic workplace, by moving into a collaborative workspace and implementing the Ownership Thinking process. Moving into the new Mojo Imaginarium we have simultaneously improved creativity, transparency and productivity.”
Every day, Mojo Interactive’s team embraces the 10 WorldBlu Principles of Organizational Democracy and these are reflected in the products they develop and sell — including the PracticeDock suite of products and services. Every product that has been bought to market for the PracticeDock suite of online marketing solutions has met this high standard and level of accountability.
Mojo Interactive is proud to receive this certification for the second year in a row in 2012.
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Mojo Interactive, the creator the PracticeDock.com’s suite of products, has been named one of WorldBlu’s “Most Democratic Workplaces” for 2011.
Mojo Interactive is one of only 52 organizations in the world that were chosen for inclusion for this award, joining the ranks of companies including Groupon, Zappos and Hulu.
Glen Lubbert, Chief Imaginaut and CEO of Mojo Interactive states, “We are excited and proud to be listed as part of the WorldBlu group. A democratic organization drives a more intrinsic motivated workforce, which increases efficiency, drives productivity, and makes for a happier, balanced team. Both in values and key business metrics, practicing collaborative democracy in the workplace gives us our mojo.”
The WorldBlu list recognizes and honors organizations that meet ten principles of standards of organizational democracy, including accountability and transparency. Employees of each organization complete a survey to evaluate their organization’s practice of instilling and abiding by certain democratic principles, including leadership, integrity and dialogue.
Traci Fenton, CEO and founder of WorldBlu.com says, “Mojo Interactive exemplifies this type of organization both inside and out, from their internal operations to the product they sell that promotes the democratic model to their customers.”
PracticeDock.com is a virtual marketing hub designed to identify prospects and provides a suite of tools for physicians to connect with and engage leads. The PracticeDock suite of products offers a cost-effective solution for doctors who want to market their services and attract quality prospects. Solutions include the lead generation directory LocateADoc.com, phone tracking, pay-per-click (PPC) marketing, content management systems and a search engine optimization (SEO) tuner.
The WorldBlu List of Most Democratic Workplaces 2011 includes organizations from a diversity of industries including aerospace, technology, manufacturing, healthcare, telecommunications, retail, services and energy. Public, private, not for profit and educational institutions are all included on this list.