Over the past century, humankind has made amazing advances in everything from technology and medicine to automation and instant communication. Yet we’re still plagued by the multibillion-dollar productivity loss from everyday office meetings […]
In the best selling book, Rework, meetings are noted as “the worst interruptions of all”. One of their scourges it tells, is that meetings bring about more unfocused meetings. This fists-up lead-in arouses… possibly infuriates those that hold these collective gatherings dear.
If you have a team, you probably benefit from team brainstorming. Here’s 5 brainstorming hacks to break through the monotony and help you realize increased reward when investing in these team times.
Through an excellent blog post, Tony Schwartz of The Energy Project gives a simple example of how one can refresh themselves and increase their quality of life – By cutting down on the quantity of life.
Clear, invisible, minimal design is #6 in TrendHunter.com’s 2012 annual trends report!