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July 08, 2013 07:00 ET

RoundPegg's Brent Daily Named a 2013 Workforce Game Changer

Company Co-Founder and COO Recognized for Transformative Approach to Cultural Alignment and Talent Management

BOULDER, CO--(Marketwired - Jul 8, 2013) - RoundPegg, a culture management company that helps organizations tackle culture change, align sub-cultures and culturally integrate acquired companies, announced today that company co-founder and Chief Operating Officer, Brent Daily, was selected by Workforce Management magazine as a 2013 Game Changer. Daily was recognized for his strong leadership and transformative approach to helping organizations achieve optimal cultural alignment. Daily and his fellow Game Changers will be profiled in the August issue of Workforce Management.

The third-annual Game Changers awards recognize those next-generation workplace leaders under the age of 40 who have proven themselves dedicated to the growth and success of the HR world. All nominees were judged on their professional accomplishments as well as their other achievements, with the winners selected by Workforce Management's senior writers and editors.

"Brent brings keen insight, forward-thinking, business savvy and deep seated passion to his work, which motivates our team to think creatively and further innovate," said Tim Wolters, CEO and co-founder of RoundPegg. "As a leader, Brent helps RoundPegg to continue delivering culture management solutions that enables clients to understand and align their company culture, as well as hire, retain and manage their workforces more successfully. As an industry innovator, he is definitely a game changer." 

Five years ago Daily co-founded RoundPegg after realizing that he, his employer and his family were all suffering as a result of poor cultural fit at the former employer. Working to eliminate such failures, Daily co-founded RoundPegg to help companies ensure that employees are hired, developed and engaged in alignment with their unique company culture. Taking a cue from advanced baseball analytics and time-motion studies conducted in the early 1900s to optimize employee performance, Daily and the RoundPegg team have introduced the future of culture management using statistical analysis to quantify workplace culture and link that directly to employee engagement in order to better utilize 21st century knowledge workers.

Daily is a widely regarded thought leader in the culture management space, and his professional experience and personal philosophies have appeared in a number of media outlets, including The Wall Street Journal and TODAY most recently. Previously, Daily has appeared in Recruiting Trends, Outsourcing Center, Mashable and Employment Relations Today. RoundPegg has also been named a 2013 WorldBlu Best Place to Work.

"I am thrilled to be selected as a Game Changer by Workforce Management and to be recognized for the pioneering work that RoundPegg offers companies," commented Daily. "When hiring and engaging employees, understanding the nuances in sub-cultures has a dramatic effect on the bottom line; and that's what the RoundPegg team measures to help both companies and employees be more successful." 

About RoundPegg
RoundPegg is the future of culture management and allows companies to manage culture from the cloud.

RoundPegg helps companies tackle the challenges of undertaking a culture change, aligning sub-cultures or improving operational efficiencies. A culture platform featuring socially-centered web-apps make it possible to measure, manage and monitor your company's unique culture by pulling the levers to hire, develop and engage your employees in alignment with the desired culture.

Headquartered in Boulder, Colo., RoundPegg has earned the distinction of being named a Cool Vendor by Gartner and driven ROI through culture for every customer. For more information, please access www.roundpegg.com