- How To Figure Out Your Most Productive Time Of DayFast Company - Aug 12It’s classic productivity advice: Match your most important work to your most productive hours. If you do that, you’ll get a lot more done. But this advice assumes you know when your most productive hours are. Many... Read »
- Should Employers Ban Email After Work Hours?HBR - Aug 8Like many of you, I often work outside of regular office hours while at home, in the airport, and sometimes on vacation. Mobile technology has created a “new normal” work life for a lot of us: Gallup’s research reveals... Read »
- Save Your Next Staff Meeting From ItselfHBR - Aug 6While many leaders see staff meetings as vital to the success of their organization, most employees see them as a painful waste of time. As a result, employees arrive or leave whenever they wish; check their emails; doodle;... Read »
- You have good intentions, a detailed calendar, an office full of timekeeping devices, and maybe even an ace assistant whose job it is to look after your schedule, and yet you continuously manage to book more stuff into your... Read »
- The Odd Work-Break Ratio That’s Great For...Mashable - Aug 1Everyone has that person in the office. You know, the one who always seems to get way more done than everybody else, but who never seems stressed or frantically trying to finish an assignment. How does he or she get it... Read »
- Lonne Jaffe, Chief Executive of Syncsort, on the Importance of Setting Priorities. Read »
- I don’t know anyone who doesn’t struggle with how to make the most of their time at work. How do you stay on top of an overflowing inbox? How do you get work done when your day is taken up by meetings? How can you get... Read »
- Leadership is a balancing act. Plenty of experts and studies note that the best route to empowered, engaged employees is to trust them and leave them alone. But weighed against this minimalist management approach, another... Read »
- 70% Of Your Time At Work Is Wasted—How To Change...Fast Company - Jul 18The average tech CEO works about 300 days a year, 14 hours a day. That’s 4,200 hours a year. The stats for most other tech leaders and startup employees aren’t too far off. It sounds like a lot of time, but for most,... Read »
- 3 Simple Ways To Boost Your ProductivityForbes - Jul 11Productivity can be a major challenge when you’re in business for yourself. This can be especially difficult for people making the transition from employee to entrepreneur. Unlike a job, business owners must set their own... Read »
- Get Your Brain UnstuckHBR - Jul 9It’s 10:20 pm — and you’re still at the office. Any moment now, the cleaning crew will arrive and the vacuuming will start and you’ll have to put on your headphones just to hear yourself think. Your wife calls,... Read »
- How To Create More Time In Your ScheduleForbes - Jul 3Independence Day is a time to honor the many freedoms that we enjoy every day as Americans such as the freedom of speech, freedom to innovate or freedom to opine. What freedom also represents, though, is an opportunity to... Read »
- How Flexible Hours Can Harm Employees As Much As It...Fast Company - Jun 26President Obama, nice boss that he is, wants you to stroll into work whenever you please. All right, that's not entirely true. But at the White House Summit on Working Families this week, Obama did encourage employers to... Read »
- When To Schedule Your Most Important WorkHBR - Jun 25If you work with a team, chances are your inbox is often flooded with invitations. Internal meetings, client conference calls, the occasional lunch request. Assuming you have some control over your calendar, how you respond... Read »
- Stop Throwing Away Money With Unneeded MeetingsFortune - Jun 19Employee time is a company’s most undervalued asset. To waste less of it, start by adding up the true cost of meetings. The math isn’t complicated, but the results are startling. Start with a company that has 20,000... Read »
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