What our customers say
Colton Ray,Chief Executive Officer
Tal Maizels,Vice President Research & Development
The cost of misalignment
Most frequent questions and answers
Goni, the first Virtual Chief Alignment Officer, is a Slack bot that joins your team as a new virtual member.
Goni learns your organization structure and how it operates in all areas of your execution, such as: strategy, vision, culture and more.
Goni knows exactly what to ask and when, to find where people understand the execution differently, and prevent damage before people act.
Goni will slip you a note just before your weekly meeting and tell you which topics you must talk about, and continue to monitor the gaps till they close.
Goni comes with a lot of experience from talking to a huge number of tech employees in almost every field imaginable.
With Goni around, you will see your most painful and expensive problems disappear before your eyes.
Goni asks multiple choice questions. There is no right or wrong answer, and the questions don’t expose sensitive data about your company. Surprisingly, just by thinking about the questions, you start the alignment process.
There is a 14-day free trial. During the 14 days you will receive 2-3 alignment insights about your company. Goni will show you exactly where people are misaligned, and will help you fix it before there is damage.
You will be amazed how big the gaps are and how easy they are to fix at this stage.
Not during the trial. Goni asks multiple-choice questions, and doesn’t ask employees for private information.
After the trial you will be able to add your company’s information, and our algorithm will create tailored aligning questions.
No. All answers we collect are anonymous. This is critical for getting the most honest and accurate results. Goni will provide you with engagement scores by departments in your company.
Goni, the Virtual CAO, is carefully designed to detect the source of the misalignment.
Unlike survey tools that allow you to ask straightforward questions, our questions are part of a complex algorithm built to crawl in your organization and find the source and magnitude of the problems.
Thinking about your employee’s reaction is a thought that comes from true leadership.
From our experience, employees enjoy the questions they get because they describe familiar situations from their day-to-day, or questions that make them think about what they are doing from a different angle.
Employees also tend to look at this as an active measure the company takes to connect them to the bigger picture, which is always appreciated.