Want to know whiteboards are changing forever? Why collaboration can be so damn complicated? Or discover ways to make sure your meetings aren't a huge waste of time? Well, you're in luck. We present to you our top 10 blog posts of the last few months.
Getting more accomplished and achieving goals in your day is sure to make you happier.
According to Action for Happiness
‘Goals big and small can be the stepping-stones to a happier life and the way we set them can make a difference to achieving them.”
People who manage to achieve daily goals have not found a secret sauce, they help themselves accomplish more by following several simple habits to increase their own productivity.
One of the core objectives of any organisation is to increase productivity.
Improved productivity increases the overall profitability of a company and return on investment when it comes to optimising the utilisation of employee resources and business solutions.
Can you think of a single company that does not have the desire to increase productivity?
Nope, none that I can think of.
A story about 39 people on 5 continents in 40 spaces, trying to get stuff done.
I recently wrote on a blog post about how workforces are becoming more Nomadic, moving around more than ever before. I said something like:
Now, when we go into work it’s the norm to move from space to space so that we can interact and work with more and more people. You might start the day going to your desk, then to a huddle space, then to a conference room, back to your desk and then check in with a co-worker, who may be sitting down the hall but is just as likely to be at a coffee shop.
Do you ever get to the end of a working week and think to yourself… what have I actually achieved this week?
There are plenty of guides, hints & tips on how to have better meetings, some of them on this very blog – but what could be more important is knowing what’s currently killing your meetings. What’s the problem that you need to fix?
Where you work has a meeting room, right? Maybe you’re a remote worker, and then everywhere is a potential meeting room!
Even if you don’t have access to a dedicated meeting room, you probably have a space that is frequently used as a meeting room. What's the plan when those spaces are occupied? Maybe it’s time you equipped your working space for pop up meeting spaces?
You're away from the office, meeting a customer or a client, a contractor or a supplier or just a person you need to have a meeting with. Maybe you arrange to book a meeting room in a hotel or exhibition centre. Maybe you look to a remote working virtual office space company such as Regus. Does it have the equipment you need?
Having a definitive list of the best productivity blogs is priceless, a list that you can quickly refer to in times of writer’s block, unproductive slumps, when you just need that little bit inspiration to get you going again. We’ve included some of our all time favourites, that we reference and use time and time again.
Want to be more productive? We’ve got you covered. It’s the ultimate list of the best productivity blogs (114 resources in all) ever. Nothing but pure list. Dive in.
One of the key benefits of a wireless presentation system is the removal of unnecessary wires from your meeting spaces with the goal being your team walking into any meeting room, and with a couple of clicks on their device, wirelessly send what's on their screen to the main meeting room screen.
But how does this relatively small change make such a difference to your competitiveness as an organisation?