Here’s a look at three interesting stories currently in the news with ramifications for your team’s productivity. 1.
Is keeping work and life separate more trouble than it’s worth? Do Millennials want peace and quiet, or foosball and office snacks? And how do you cut down on the email back and forth?
How to stay involved in your day-to-day workflow AND still focus on bigger things. The “Yesterbox” technique for email management by Zappos’ CEO, and if having a “plan B” decreases your chances for “A” success.
Productivity expert Brian Tracy reveals the secrets to working smarter and making better decisions in order to achieve better outcomes.
One of the biggest mistakes teams still make is using email as a general all-purpose tool for all kinds of inappropriate collaboration methods.
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A year-long project tests different theories about what actually makes you more productive – and what is just a bunch of hype.
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Project failures, reduced productivity and stress can be linked directly to poor communication by leaders. Are you guilty
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