Here at AccelaWork we are obsessed with finding new ways to increase productivity. Today is no different and thanks to Joel Runyon of Impossible HQ, we’re spreading the word to our readers about workplace popcorn.
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In an old comic strip, parents watch their son play video games and envision of a future of lucrative job prospects based on this expertise. That was the joke, back in 1990.
Employee productivity and employee satisfaction are linked, according to researchers. For the typical employee, productivity is more about attitude than aptitude or training.
Increasing employee productivity is important all the time. But at the end of every year, we tend to put productivity aside for a tradition of a holiday party. Is throwing a company bash a good idea?
If you are a part of a small to medium-sized business and have been looking everywhere for tips on increasing productivity, search no more. This post offers plenty of tips to choose from!
Who knew that something as simple as what time zone you happen to live in can affect your productivity? Is there even anything that can be done about it?
Here’s a business improvement reality: HR policies can make or break a workplace. As an employer, the time, effort and consideration you put into your HR policies can make the difference between a disengaged and unimaginative workforce and a loyal, productive and passionate one.
AccelaWork’s founder shared his views on a nagging question: What do you do when your office mate is an organizational boat anchor?
Procrastination is not an uncommon word, so chances are you’ve heard (and perhaps know from personal experience) all about its effects on productivity. But, did you know there is a different level to procrastination called self-sabotaging?
Workplace productivity may go up and down, but a new study shows that employee efficiency is not significantly impacted by social media usage.
Want more productive employees? One answer could be collecting dust in your garage.
We fear making mistakes, yet innovation requires errors. Accompanied by Robby Slaughter’s book, learn how to increase productivity through the paradoxical power of embracing failure!
When we attempt to gain productivity in the office, it seems that every minute counts. And for people who spend much of their day on the phone, this couldn’t be more true.
To increase productivity at work, we often turn to competition. It turns out struggle does not create the best possible outcome after all.
Increasing productivity may be the objective, but most of the time it seems like we are only increasing activity. A clip from an old animated cartoon makes this point in a hilarious and poignant way.
The summer solstice is upon us–just two short weeks away. So, now that the season for sun and fun is here, how can we continue to achieve productivity in the office without sacrificing opportunities for relaxation?
AccelaWork principal Robby Slaughter has another article in the Indianapolis Business Journal this week. The piece is titled “Imagine a World Without Deadlines.”
Many retail stores warn customers that “if you break it, you buy it.” But it turns out there’s an even better reason to keep products out in the open—handling something makes you feel like you own it.
Everybody wants to be more productive. A video from the Express & Star, the biggest selling regional evening newspaper in Britain, explains how small manufacturers are focusing on this challenge.
Since our founding, AccelaWork has worked alongside clients to increase office productivity by improving or even eliminating inefficient processes. Our goal? Open avenues for innovation and create a healthier workflow for stakeholders. It turns out that doing so doesn’t just create a healthier sense of productivity— it also nurtures the brain.