Feb 4, 2016 9:21 EST

Golio Inc. makes it simple for creative leaders and collaborators to connect, collaborate and recognize partners with KUDOS

iCrowdNewswire - Feb 4, 2016

MyGolio makes it simple for creative leaders and collaborators to connect, collaborate and recognize partners with KUDOS. MyGolio is built around proven organization-behavior theory currently deployed by McKinsey’s Implementation group. The founder, Ian Nichol, personally led clients to improve their annual profits by $50M. Using MyGolio Artists will see projects finish faster & better results.

  • Specificity An essential condition for execution is for a leader to articulate what they need.
  • Accountability Tasks are tied directly to individuals which creates single point accountability. Tasks are either completed or incomplete, there is no middle ground.
  • Shared success Artists do not have funds to set aside in escrow so traditional freelance models do not work.
  • Milestones leads to success Users are credited with hours as tasks are completed.
  • Bias towards action – Tracking hours encourages artists to participate in speculative projects.
  • Capture all history – Artists have a huge problem with collaborators abandoning projects.
  • Volunteer experience leads to career success – Volunteering to on projects provides a user with experience and directly relevant feedback.
  • Pay it forward – The balance of hrs volunteered vs. hrs managed is tracked. A user with 1000 hrs volunteering with excellent feedback should have no trouble finding a team for their own projects.
Contact Information:

Ian Nichol

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