Peter Götz — March 26, 2019 — March 26, 2019 Scrum and Kanban are a great combination. With this insight more and more Scrum Teams become aware of terms and phrases used in Kanban. Like ‘WIP’. When I have used this acronym in the past I have read it as ‘work in progress’. In his … Continue reading WIP – Work in… What?
Dr. Kathleen Allen — March 14, 2019 Follow @LeadingRoots — March 14, 2019 Ways the relationship between a squid and its bacteria buddy can teach us how to build stronger, more mutually beneficial work relationships. In my work with corporations and non-profits we look to nature as a muse for smarter, more successful organizational business … Continue reading The Power of Mutually Beneficial Work Relationships
Mario Peshev — March 13, 2019 Follow @no_fear_inc — March 13, 2019 Marketing a small business is dependent on context – I’ll go over some of the considerations for different fields. It’s crucial to establish the type of business, it’s target audience, the value proposition (in terms of services or products sold) and the most … Continue reading What Marketing Channels Work For Small Businesses
Larry Kim — March 11, 2019 Follow @larrykim — March 11, 2019 Wondering how to de-stress at work? Stress from tight deadlines and high stakes can cause us to lose focus. If we let stress get the best of us, it can reduce our unicorn ideas to donkey fodder. But if we address it head … Continue reading How to De-Stress at Work Instantly: 15 Proven Ways to Calm Your Mind
Abby Miller — March 10, 2019 — March 10, 2019 rawpixel / Pixabay Business meeting are crucial if you want your organization to thrive. The problem? Most meetings are time suckers — escipically when nothing gets accomplished. So if you don’t want to spend the resources on unproductive business meetings, here’s 9 ways that you … Continue reading Want to Make The Most Out of Business Meetings? Here Are 9 Tips That Work
Syed Balkhi — March 8, 2019 Follow @SyedBalkhi — March 8, 2019 It seems like no matter what we do there just isn’t enough time in the day to get everything done on our agenda. After some soul-searching, we wondered if maybe we didn’t have too much to do, but maybe the distractions in our … Continue reading How to Eliminate Distractions and Get Work Done on Time
Arik Hanson — March 6, 2019 — March 6, 2019 Had coffee with a relatively new friend last week. This friend had recently accepted a senior position with a health care company in town. Not surprisingly, we talked about her new role and the process she went through to find it. She talked a lot … Continue reading Is it OK to Not Always Find a Deeper Meaning in Your Work?
Andrew Purdum — March 5, 2019 — March 5, 2019 Yes, yes … I know. “If only I make more newspaper ads …” “If only I asked for more referrals from clients and friends …” “If I can just somehow reach out to more people and spend more of my time doing so…” … I’ll … Continue reading Small Business Secrets: How To Grow Faster With Less Work
Kyle Crocco — February 24, 2019 Follow @kylecrocco — February 24, 2019 Work in the United States is not designed to be creative. It’s designed to be repetitive, efficient, and reliable. Businesses, no matter what sector, have been modeled on the principles of the industrial revolution. Work rhythms have been set to clocks instead of … Continue reading Design Creativity Back Into Your Work
Creating a sense of exclusivity and limited-time offers for high-quality items can be a powerful way to sell your products or services. But how you do it matters. Jacob Baadsgaard on February 22, 2019 at 8:00 am These days, everything seems to be about ease, convenience and availability. With a few clicks, you can get … Continue reading Scarcity marketing: Does it still work?