Does your company need a wheel of fortune?

11/19/2012 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

To keep his workers happy and engaged, Conductor CEO Seth Besmertnik holds regular meetings where workers are invited to spin a "Wheel of Fortune"-style wheel. The wheel can order workers to put on an impromptu talent show, take a day off, wear a crown around the office all day -- or have Besmertnik himself make an enraged face at them. "It lightens up the dialogue. As the company gets bigger, it helps everyone get to know people from other departments a little bit more," Besmertnik explains.

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