Collaboration, Posts, Team Management
There is nothing quite as satisfying as being the first runner to cross the finish line or toting a winning gold medal. The thought of victory often pushes people to do their very best. It only makes sense, then, that this mentality leads to productivity gains in the workplace. By integrating gamification with team task management, companies can inspire a healthy level of competitiveness among employees.
Game Over: Why Traditional Team Task Management Doesn't Work
Imagine yourself having one of those days where you can't get anything done. You have an ever-growing to-do list, an infinite amount of ad hoc requests, and you can't seem to just sit down and power through them all. You keep telling yourself, "maybe I need a small snack" and find yourself doing this:
Sound familiar? Stranger Things have happened to you, I'm sure.
But you don't have to visit the Upside Down or gain super powers to jumpstart your productivity....
Posts, Project Management
In a perfect world, creatives would spend 100% of their time doing what they love: write, design, film, build, and create! However, this isn't the reality for most creatives. There are client requests, feedback, edits, and meetings on top of meetings. Some creatives don't even have enough time left to actually be creative. What's the solution to this?
To be honest, there must be a change in perspective before there is a change in action. If creatives and clients continue to look at a job...
Even if you don't consider yourself much of a writer, you'd be surprised at how much the act of jotting your thoughts down on paper can help you get more done every day. Getting into a daily writing habit has multiple benefits: putting your goals down in writing makes you more likely to achieve them, it improves the clarity and focus of your ideas, and it declutters your mind so you can think and solve problems more effectively. Plus, a daily writing habit can help you get into a productiv...
Consider the difference between rules and laws. Rules are meant to create structure, and breaking them can either land you in trouble or lead you to the next great idea. Laws, on the other hand, are not so flexible. Adhering to these standards puts you on the path to success, and that's exactly what Jack Trout and Al Ries emphasize in their bestseller, 22 Immutable Laws of Marketing: Violate at Your Own Risk!
Summary and Book Review of 22 Immutable Laws of Marketing: Violate at Your O...
In the last decade, Agile methodologies have been widely embraced by the software development and project management communities. Its iterative approach helps teams make direct progress toward an end goal, while allowing them the flexibility to adapt and refine their process as they go.
Now, marketing teams are embracing Agile in order to thrive in a new era of customer engagement and expectations. Increasing demands on marketing departments require new approaches to marketing management...