Deborah Sweeney — May 22, 2020 As COVID-19 continues, leaders are getting creative in their efforts to engage and connect with remote employees. Many teams participate in Zoom happy hours; respond to fun questions posted in Slack, and join in email threads featuring funny memes and GIFs. What makes this particular era of remote work … Continue reading 3 Ways to Encourage Remote Workers to Create Work-Life Balance During COVID-19
Shawn Overcast — May 2, 2020 When I woke this morning, I laid in bed for a moment realizing the quieter start of our days and thought through the agenda for the hours ahead. I took a moment to figure out what day it was, marveling at the perception of time. Days are flying by, … Continue reading Yin/Yang Leadership: Seeking Balance
Advertisers have a corporate social responsibility to find a way to balance their need to protect the brand with support of news sites, particularly in times of crisis. Kristoffer Belau on April 21, 2020 “Don’t block the news.” This is the Interactive Advertising Bureau’s (IAB) passionate appeal to advertisers during the COVID-19 crisis. As the … Continue reading Don’t block the news: Tips to balance brand safety and corporate responsibility
Chris Biscuiti — March 25, 2020 What a whirlwind this has been. Just two weeks ago, life and business were moving along. Now, the COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic has changed everything. Personally, this has really hit close to home as my wife is a healthcare worker at a hospital and she is one of the many … Continue reading Coronavirus Work From Home Tips – 5 Ways to Manage Work-Life Balance
Albert Costill — March 4, 2020 Pettycon / Pixabay Even if you actually love your job, it’s just not possible to work 24/7. Sure, you may want to try and emulate Elon Musk by working like 80 hours a week. But, you’re eventually going to get burned out, lose your passion, and weaken personal relationships. … Continue reading Calendar Tools Help Your Business to Deliver Work-Life Balance
Morgan Jones — February 28, 2020 What Factors Are Important for Employee Retention and satisfaction? Work-life balance has become essential. Millennials are the largest group in the workplace, and besides salary this is the most important factor for them when considering a job. Millennials may be driving the charge to integrate these two traditionally separate … Continue reading Work-Life Balance: How to Have It All & Retain High Quality Employees
Chris Biscuiti — February 22, 2020 For many people, it is easy to get stuck in the same daily routine where you wake up, go to work, come home, and go to bed. Of course, there is so much more that goes into your day, but how much of that time do you actually allocate … Continue reading How to Find a Healthy Outlet Away from Work That Improves Work Life Balance
Steven Imke — February 2, 2020 There are many financial statements used by businesses but the three most common are Balance Sheets, Income Statements and Cash Flow Statements. What makes them the most common is that they are often produced by a company’s accounting software and look at what happened in the past. I refer … Continue reading 3 Key Financial Statements- Balance Sheets, Income Statements and Cash Flow Statements
Fredrik Wendt — January 20, 2020 Should the PO really balance the level of technical debt? I just had this conversation (January 24, 2020) at Sweden’s “big” agile conference, Agila Sverige. There were many interpretations, understandings and strategies around this. I think it mostly boiled down to these two ways of looking at and arguing … Continue reading Should the Product Owner Balance Technical Debt?
Renzo Costarella — January 14, 2020 I think a lot of us underestimate the importance of balance. Without balance we’re not as successful or productive. Take an athlete. For them to perform at peak performance, they must have a routine that includes the proper exercise, nutrition, and sleep. Also, balance plays a vital role in … Continue reading Is Balance the Answer to the Motivation Equation?