Balloonr is a platform — based on science and research — to address how humans actually share information and make decisions. Accelerate time to wisdom, debias decision-making, and establish an idea meritocracy.request access
Balloonr helped by making it so votes did not influence each other. If you see the CEO vote for something, then a lot of other people are like, 'OK well, I'm going to vote for that too.’ Or if the CEO anti-votes, if you see that, you're not going to vote for that, even if you might feel passionate about it. That type of influence was completely removed.
We were shocked by the ‘humanness’ of the information shared on Balloonr - the amount of new thinking. We would have never been able to get this level of insight.
Once you use Balloonr, it is impossible to imagine doing things the old way.
In literally an afternoon, we agreed that we were going to use Balloonr, and we were up and live within 2 hours. Thanks in part, to the great support of the Balloonr team. My favorite thing about Balloonr? I get vetted information and ideas in which I have a high degree of confidence because of a level-playing field, strong participation and engagement, and a bias-free process built on science and research.
Our existing business tools and processes - collaboration tools, meetings, surveys, email, etc. - are broken. They don’t address the way our brains actually work in a group setting. They don’t account for:
This results in:
We built Balloonr from the ground-up - based on hundreds of studies across the areas of cognitive science, neuroscience, social science, public health, and psychology - to address how humans actually share information and make decisions.
Organizations and teams of all sizes — from startups to enterprise — rely on Balloonr.
“If knowledge is power, Balloonr may hold the keys to the kingdom. Because today, it's what you don't know that you don't know that can kill your business in no time at all.”
“This could bring to light voices who aren’t normally heard within a company, including people who aren’t invited to meetings because they aren’t seen as 'expert' enough- resulting in more accurate calculations of value which could lead to promoting the best people, rather than the perceived best people or people with the loudest voices. This would improve organizational leadership and overall revenue.”