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The term priming refers to the tendency of a stimulus to influence the response to a later stimulus. That’s a fancy way of saying that just being aware of something can totally change our thinking.
Normally we assume that tools like Facebook are an engaging distraction at work, or at best another marketing medium. But these technologies can be leveraged as ways to increase workplace productivity by providing mechanisms for informal learning, formative assessment, and knowledge management. Learn more in this interactive session about productivity through social media.
Here is something that I have learned over the years: taking time off and stepping away from your business and/or work is crucial to being successful.
Increased productivity in government sounds like a contradiction in terms. But one article says that mobile devices may be fundamental to Federal efforts to increase productivity.
We all know that we should eat foods that are healthy for us. Yet those potato chips are so tempting! But wait before you reach for some junk food, because you may be affecting your productivity.
Having a hard time keeping your eyes open while at work? Well, some companies actually condone you getting a bit of shut-eye while on the job.
We’re all used to being terribly busy and not having enough time in a day. We trudge through our day so we can finally make it home to get some sweet relief. But what if the end of the day isn’t the best time for you to be you?
Entrepreneurs can testify to the fact that startups require massive amounts of man hours. Normal work weeks are a thing of the past for you and your employees. Perhaps a flexible schedule may be what is best for your growing company.
I’m guilty. There are days when I walk out of the office wondering what I did all day long. If my boss stopped and asked me that question, I’d probably stutter and say, ‘Well, I answered some emails and looked at that project we were talking about.’
Improving employee productivity, if you ask an economist, is only about two factors. One commentator argues that this incorrect measurement of corporate productivity may be the real problem in understanding the larger economy.
Looking to increase workplace productivity but don’t have the ability to invest in new equipment or expensive training programs? Perhaps adding an additional display to your desktop will help.
Advancing to get more done with less might seem like an American pursuit championed by local productivity consultants. But some articles in the Australian press show that increasing productivity is an issue everywhere.
The business news is often filled with statements about productivity going up or down. But what do economists mean when they talk about productivity?
We all want to increase our email productivity. One area where we tend to create headaches for ourselves is in the use of blind carbon copy (BCC).
Increasing productivity at work through “big data” may sound attractive. But there are limits to measurement. We’re at a crossroads: workers as dignified human beings or as mindless automatons.
Here at AccelaWork, we’re always looking for new ways to increase productivity. Well, our founder and CEO has discovered a new product that does just that!
Employee productivity and overall unemployment are certainly related. But a new post highlights some of the finer points of this connection.
A study of employee benefits reports that workers want financial advice at the office. Most believe that counseling programs would increase their productivity.
Employee productivity is something every company wants to increase. One article listed nine ways to increase employee productivity without using cash.