How do Olympians achieve their goals? What habits and principles can we adopt that would help us reach our goals? Read on to see what lessons we can learn from the Olympians.
Project management bias suggests that only certain industries can employ this approach. This is no longer the case, with a rapid growth of organizations using project management practices. What other trends can we expect in the coming decade?
Most people aren’t actually as busy as they think they are. That’s a fact, and if you find it hard to believe, we welcome you take a look at what a time management professional has to say on the subject.
Did you ever wish you were a cat? Cats are so calm and happy because they always have time for things they like. There definitely are some time management lessons we could learn from them!
How do successful managers make great decisions? Is this possible for anyone? What are common mistakes and how to avoid them? Read on to learn what lies behind our decisions and what determines our choices.
Why do companies introduce timesheets for salaried employees whose paycheck doesn’t depend on worked hours? Read on to learn why timesheet data is important for employees and employers, even when it doesn’t influence salaries.
Have you ever thought how much time people spend on stupid things? Let’s look at all the greatest things people spent their time on in 2017. Rest assured, your time wasters are not that bad.
New Year’s resolutions are an excellent opportunity to make some long-overdue changes in your life, but you need to be smart about them if you want to succeed.
How to get everything done in busy Christmas time? Here are some time management lessons from Santa that you’ll definitely find useful (and fun)!
Is it possible to start the day with a productive morning if you are a night owl? Yes. There are many practices that make mornings more active and happy – read on to learn more!
Only children are afraid of ghosts and monsters. Real nightmares are those that can happen in everyday life - check out the scariest ones!
Good time management has truly become the mantra for people obsessed with productivity. But as much of a buzzword as it is, there certainly is some truth behind it.
Jocelyn Glei’s talk on fake productivity at the Next Web Conference inspired us to write this post. How to distinguish between fake and true productivity, and how can we get work done instead of keeping ourselves busy?
Why is time-tracking essential for any team work? How to ensure its accuracy and efficiency? How to convince the employees to track their work time? Read on to learn everything you wanted to know about time-tracking.
Want to improve your time management skills, but not sure where to start? Don’t worry, our list of the best techniques is here to put you in the right direction.
What if TV show characters used timesheets? Maybe they’d spend their time more wisely and get more of their show things done. Let's see how Game of Thrones characters spent their time in the 6th season.
According to a new study, where your employees sit in the office can actually affect their productivity in a very significant way. Read on to learn how reorganizing your spatial plan can potentially save your business millions.
Apply for the R&D tax credit? Sure! You don’t have to be on the Fortune 500 list or hire Nobel Prize winners to qualify. Learn more about the requirements and what you should do to claim expenses for business research.
How to get more done without getting tired and overworked? Take a look at our compilation of helpful infographics on how to be more productive and follow these recommendations at work and in everyday life.
Do you watch a lot of television? It’s okay, we do too! And if you ever wondered about other things you could do while binging on the latest season of your favorite show, here are some cool ideas courtesy of actiTIME.
How can workplace productivity be measured – and managed – in the today’s knowledge-based economy? Are there any general approaches for that? Read on to learn practical examples and advices on measuring this elusive index.
How to stay happy while working hard? Does a successful career necessarily need sacrificing free time and healthy habits? In productivity blogs, scientists and writers suggest that everyone should find their own correct answers.
Successful project starts with a great kickoff meeting. Setting the right tone from the very beginning can make or break your project, so hit a home run by following our 4 simple steps.
Is bringing new sources in the mid-project really good for you project? Learn 4 things you should consider before hiring a new project team member.
How to stop being distracted and optimize your time at work? Take a look at this list of productivity tools that will help you organize yourself – or at least you’ll have fun playing with these nice apps.
Project management is a pretty static field. In the business world, it will always play an important role, nothing is changing there. Learn more about the new challenges we face today in project management.
The yearly review seems to be on its way out as companies opt for more progressive approaches to measuring employee performance. Many rely on specialized software solutions, with time-tracking applications being one of the best available options.
Individualism doesn’t win championships, real teamwork does. Learn the best practices for building the right project team for your business.
Most timesheets can hardly be considered accurate: they only give a rough idea about employees’ activities. Our recent study shows that people are bad at tracking time for routine tasks, and the scale of the problem is surprising.
Stress can’t be good for us: it ruins our health, creates anxiety and decreases productivity. This view is contradicted by recent research which shows that moderate stress should be welcomed, not feared.
For many professionals looking to devote more time to their personal lives working part-time seems like the ideal scenario. But are part-time jobs really so perfect?
America: one of hardest working nations in the world. So hard-working, in fact, that in 2014 almost half of all employed Americans did not take a single day off. Scary stuff, right? Read on to learn more.
Procrastination – a fancy word for laziness or something far more complex than that? Scientists have different opinions on the subject, but they all agree: if you want to beat it, it’s going to take some work.
A day off just because the weather is gorgeous? Why not! Get an insight into latest trends in leave management. Read our study across over 400 companies and learn some interesting facts.
Do you hate urgent tasks? If not, you should! They are stealing your time and energy, but never let you succeed. Find out how to break the pattern and focus on what is really important.
Workers are celebrating the new rules. Meanwhile, businesses are not so happy doing the overtime math. Here’s how to prepare for the change.
To anyone who still believes that tracking time is a time-consuming exercise. We know how to make it simple. What about you?
What are you doing with your most valuable asset? Here's what you need to know about tracking time, if you are hungry for success.
A prisoner's bracelet. That's what former Intermex employee compared her mobile tracking app to. Many workers would support her. With a wide adoption of technologies, we can see privacy in the workplace is becoming an issue...
Feeding homeless and fighting global warming — what do they have in common? In two words, it is accountability to funders that is required from non-profit organizations. Learn how time-trackers can help non-profits get things done.