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Over-Collaboration vs Not Enough: How to Hit the Right Balance at Work

Mile Živkovic — December 27, 2018 — December 27, 2018 Thanks to the technological advancements in the workplace, collaboration is now easier than ever and teams of all sizes can reap the benefits of collaboration tools, such as increased productivity and more time to do meaningful work. However, too much of anything can never be … Continue reading Over-Collaboration vs Not Enough: How to Hit the Right Balance at Work

How Freelancers Can Keep Manageable Schedules Without Losing Work

John Rampton — December 27, 2018 — December 27, 2018 Freelancers love the flexibility their no-boss lifestyles provide, but some clients don’t know how to take a hint. They email at all hours of the night and get upset when the project isn’t finished by midmorning. No freelance worker enjoys turning down a good job, … Continue reading How Freelancers Can Keep Manageable Schedules Without Losing Work

How To Reduce Costs at a Startup Without Sacrificing Quality of Work

Tommy Wyher — December 18, 2018 — December 18, 2018 The truth is that most startups do not have an angel investor that funded millions of dollars for the company to get going and become profitable. Personal funds or small business loans are startup capital for a vast amount of companies in their infancy. For … Continue reading How To Reduce Costs at a Startup Without Sacrificing Quality of Work

How to Boost Your Confidence at Work — And in Life

Rose Leadem — December 18, 2018 — December 18, 2018 Free-Photos / Pixabay Having confidence isn’t always easy. Whether it’s confidence in social situations or how to boost your confidence at work — self-esteem affects nearly every aspect of a person’s life. That’s why it’s incredibly important to figure out ways to boost and keep … Continue reading How to Boost Your Confidence at Work — And in Life

The best way to understand omnichannel is to work backward

Why has the idea of omnichannel marketing fallen from favor? Columnist Lewis Gersh says it’s because of inflated expectations, rooted in some fundamental misunderstandings of the underlying technology. Lewis Gersh on December 5, 2018   Imagine trying to drive around the U.S. with no directions, no GPS and no street signs. How frustrating would that … Continue reading The best way to understand omnichannel is to work backward

Managing The Balance Between Productivity and Work Life Balance In Your Technology Teams

Jamie Mercer — November 30, 2018 — November 30, 2018 hamonazaryan1 / Pixabay Brett Kirby, a human performance scientist at the Nike Research Lab, recently declared that improving and increasing sleep might be one of the most significant trigger points to improving elite sports people’s performance. In a world of encouraging athletes to push their … Continue reading Managing The Balance Between Productivity and Work Life Balance In Your Technology Teams