If you’re interested in productivity, you’ve probably come across at least a few tips and strategies that appear to contradict each other. So figuring out which ones are fact and which are pure myth can be a challenge in itself.
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.
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?
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.
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.
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 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.
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.
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.