Category Archives: Productivity

Retiring but Don’t Want to Quit Working? Start a Small Business: Here’s How!

Victoria Heckstall — March 30, 2018 Follow @wahmjourney91— March 30, 2018 There’s nothing worse than retiring from a job but you don’t want to sit in a chair and watch Wheel of Fortune all day. More and more retirees are continuing to work even after retirement. And many of them are starting small businesses from … Continue reading Retiring but Don’t Want to Quit Working? Start a Small Business: Here’s How!

Are You a Needle Mover?

Aaron Crowther — March 30, 2018 Follow @ASCommsTweeter— March 30, 2018 There is a magnetism that all great names have, whether a brand or a person. It all comes down to… People buying into what they stand for. Such a simple assertion, you might think this is the shortest blog ever, but the story only … Continue reading Are You a Needle Mover?

This Is How Much Time Your Employees Waste at Work Every Day

Nate Vickery — March 26, 2018 Follow @NateMVickery— March 26, 2018 In today’s hyperconnected world, communication cannot be observed in a vacuum. The rise of sophisticated mobile devices, fast internet connections, chat apps, video messaging tools, and project management platforms has revolutionized the way we interact with each other. The benefits are obvious- the effective … Continue reading This Is How Much Time Your Employees Waste at Work Every Day

Thanks for Asking

Paul Oestreicher — March 25, 2018 Follow @pauloestreicher— March 25, 2018 Decision-making will never be the same in the age of big data, algorithms and artificial intelligence. We’re fortunate to have such massive amounts of information at our disposal. But there’s a big difference between data and intelligence, between information and insight. While our reliance … Continue reading Thanks for Asking

No (Wo)Man Is An Island

Dave Brock — March 13, 2018 Follow @davidabrock — March 13, 2018 jplenio / Pixabay John Donne penned a famous poem, No Man Is An Island, as part of his Devotions on Emergent Occasions. Even in 1624, apparently, there were problems with silo’s, self-centeredness, and what the behaviors/mentalities that result. We tend to focus on … Continue reading No (Wo)Man Is An Island