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Managing Wasted Time: 5 Shockingly Simple Tips

Wasted time is a major obsession in personal and professional blogs.  There is an general feeling that the tools and technologies that promise to save us time, actually waste time.  Many  of these strategies focus on the individual and are really more about self discipline.  But what can a manager do to implement changes that […]

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Death By Meeting?

“No one thinks their own meetings suck.”  That’s a great take away (and quote) from this talk.  Meetings  are both an employee and a management issue.  Is someone wasting your time?  Are you wasting someone else’s time? But how to solve it?  Merlin Mann offers a few tips on how to fix a broken meeting culture that […]

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Internal Meetings Part II: 5 Ways to Buck the Blackberry

There’s nothing more contentious than meetings. Internal meetings. We’ve all been in the gatherings where blackberry typing, pastry eating, and PowerPoints both seem to suck our time away, but in such a passive, friendly way that we don’t mind. How do we make this workplace institution better. Turns out there’s no way to address it […]

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Internal Meetings Part I: Present Like You’re Selling

Here’s the thing about internal PowerPoints: they’re just like PowerPoints you give to your customers only worse. And let’s face it, those are pretty bad. Bullet points? Bad clip art? Lots and lots of words? Chances are your presentation skills overall could use an overhaul. And it turns out that there is plenty of advice out there.

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