Posts By: AccelaWork Staff

From Russia, With Frustration

If you are concerned about productivity in your workplace, you are not alone. Even Russian President Vladimir Putin believes that the principal issue with his nation’s economy is “extreme inefficiency.” (more…)

Drastic Measures, Drastic Results

Lawmakers in Washington state decided to curb property tax growth through a fixed cap. But as with many approaches, a simple approach in a complex system leads to unintended consequences. (more…)

“La Dolce Vita” of Waiting

In Prato, Italy, it sometimes takes so long for the government to process residence renewal permits that by the time they are ready to be picked up, they have already expired. (more…)

Infrastructure Means Commitment

The Minneapolis bridge collapse lead to a widespread call for instant response to inspect other bridges and enact emergency appropriations. The real problem, however, may be systemic. (more…)

Friendly But Bloated Skies

South African Airlines may be at the bottom of the heap among members of the Star Alliance. One study claims they have five times the number of employees per plane as some competitors. (more…)

Untangling Technology

We’re all interested in usable technology. Who are the people who make electronics easy to use? Curiously, these experts are nicknamed “untanglers. (more…)