Sigmund Freud’s alarm rang at 7 a.m. each morning. He took one hour to trim his beard and eat a light breakfast before seeing his first patient at eight. Continue reading The Ideal Workweek, According to Science
https://qz.com/924167/ibm-remote-work-pioneer-is-calling-thousands-of-employees-back-to-the-office/ Continue reading Quartz: IBM, remote-work pioneer, is calling thousands of employees back to the office
Manager and professionals spend a lot of time on reading e-mails, proposals and other forms of communication. When these are written in an ambiguous and confusing way it creates only more work. Continue reading HBR: Bad Writing Is Destroying Your Company’s Productivity
Survey: Only 7% of Workers Say They’re Most Productive in the Office Continue reading Business Insider: A surprising statistic shows why the office might be obsolete in a few years
There are several things you can do before you go to work or when you come home that would help you deal better with your work and become more productive Continue reading Fast Company : 5 Things You Can Do At Home To Improve Your Life At Work
Distractions are the #1 killer of productivity in the office, it prevents professionals for getting work done. Not being able to focus has a negative effect on the cognitive skills of workers. Organizations can create a productive environment for professionals using technology and smart building perspectives Continue reading The top killer of productivity in the office
scientists who study noise are uncovering benefits of its absence Continue reading INC: Neuroscience Reveals the Nourishing Benefits That Silence Has on Your Brain
What elements of workplace design can help increase productivity and efficiency? Continue reading IIDA : The power to be productive
The physical office can both help and hinder productivity of the workers. Which design principles will help create a better environment to perform? Continue reading Associations Now : Does a WELL-designed office boost productivity?
Focus and attention are required to get ‘deep work’ done. For a lot of workers the circumstances are not favorable. Continue reading Knowledge@Wharton : Can ‘Deep Work’ Really Work for You?