Category Archives: Productivity Tools

Productivity Measures Improve Performance and Operational Excellence

Laura Patterson April 1, 2021 Measurement. Everyone in business today accepts the merits of measurement. One key category of measures, productivity measures, provide insight on how to improve performance. and operational excellence. We’ve written numerous articles and white papers, and have dozens of videos on this topic: with best practices for how to: Define measures, … Continue reading Productivity Measures Improve Performance and Operational Excellence

How to Use Your Email to Boost Your Everyday Productivity

Angela Ash January 29, 2021 Email is a great tool for boosting one’s productivity, but it can also be detrimental, especially if one spends too much time checking incoming emails. It turns out that the majority of people do exactly that, which contributes to massive time waste on a daily basis and, consequently, decreased productivity. … Continue reading How to Use Your Email to Boost Your Everyday Productivity

Improve Staff Productivity and Future-Proof Your Human Capital

Angela Hausman, PhD January 27, 2021 Image courtesy of The Mirror It may seem somewhat obvious to say on the surface, but your human capital, employees, are likely your biggest asset. Your business success or failure likely hinges on keeping your employees effective, dedicated, and well trained. Yet, too many businesses treat employees as replaceable … Continue reading Improve Staff Productivity and Future-Proof Your Human Capital

Think Smart, Work Smarter: So You’ve Hired an Assistant or Want to…Now What?

Kelly Louro January 19, 2021 You’ve done it! After the long hours of back-office tasks you decided to take on by yourself (tsk, tsk…), mountains of unread emails, and clearing your voicemail box for the THIRD time this week, you finally decided to hire an assistant. Congratulations! …Now what? Getting Started Hiring an assistant (whether … Continue reading Think Smart, Work Smarter: So You’ve Hired an Assistant or Want to…Now What?