The 9-5 workweek is no longer standard. We’re mostly just working however many hours it takes to get everything done. That’s why it’s important to study how to be as productive as possible.
A recent survey by Harvard Business Review found that a single weekly executive meeting eats up a whopping 300.00 hours a year.
“Hack.” What image just popped into your brain? A shadowy figure hunched over a laptop, stealing nuclear launch codes? Or an inventive way to speed through a household chore?
Happy workers are 31% more productive than sad, grumpy workers. With that stat as incentive, here are 13 ideas for creating an atmosphere of fun and positivity in your organization.
While the essential steps of planning and executing a project haven’t fundamentally changed since the construction of the pyramids, recent decades have seen a huge shift in the particular tools, attitudes and approaches used in day-to-day project management. Take a look at what’s changed and discover where the future of the field is headed.
Your project kickoff meeting sets the stage for your entire project. Nail the kickoff, and your team hits the ground motivated, energized and focused.
87% of high-performing companies rely on a PM tool for their daily work. But is it worth the expense and effort of a new tool? Survey says: YES!
There is no shortage of options when it comes to investing your money, and you likely know many of them — stocks, bonds, mutual funds and more. However, have you considered investing in agriculture?