Business Tips, Posts, Productivity
Welcome back to the weekly Work Management Roundup, where we share the week's best links to articles on work, productivity, focus, and success to inspire you to do great things. This week, our post title is an homage to a phrase in Frank Herbert's Dune novel ("Fear is the mind killer"), but we look at how fear blocks productivity and what we can do to get past it. Plus, learn how to create a work environment where productivity and creativity are abundant. Read on!
My Most Important Produc...
Sending work emails, checking your calendar, chatting with colleagues via instant message — we rely on our smartphones and tablets to keep us connected to the office. But it’s not always easy to be productive on your mobile device. Limitations like smaller screens, tiny keyboards, and incoming notifications about both professional and personal events can make it difficult to focus and cause major headaches.
Respondents to our recent mobile productivity survey named their biggest sources o...
People who keep journals swear by its benefits. Once someone begins the practice of keeping a journal, they rarely abandon it. That's because it's an incredible tool for helping you to define and set goals, express your emotions both positive and negative, and remind yourself of things that inspire you. It's also a way for you to record progress so you can celebrate your successes and be accountable for things you weren't able to accomplish yet.
A journal is a place where you can gath...
Our mobile devices are the champions of helping us get things done on the go. Using smart phones and tablets allows us to answer email, check calendar appointments, and update our to-do lists when we don't have a computer handy. But is all our app downloading and notification checking improving our productivity, or are our mobile devices just forcing us to keep working after office hours?
We surveyed over 850 workers to discover the truth about mobile productivity and whether or not mobile...
Productivity, Wrike News
In the midst of the mobile generation, we're excited to announce the release of our 2016 Mobile Productivity Report. We surveyed over 850 professionals from a variety of departments, including marketing, IT, finance, and human resources, about their mobile usage and how it affects their daily productivity and work-life balance. Some topics include best features, BYOD, and the future of mobile. Here are some highlights from the report:
43% of respondents see the use of a mobile device...
Business Tips, Posts, Productivity
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7 Productivity Beliefs You Should Ignore (Fast Company): The problem with a lot of t...
Posts, Productivity, Project Management
It's been a question for centuries: How does Santa Claus get all the gifts ready and fly around the world to deliver every present on Christmas Eve? While you're sitting around roasting chestnuts on an open fire, Santa and his friendly helpers are busy counting down the days left until Christmas. We have the inside scoop on how he gets it all done in time — straight from ol' Saint Nick himself!
A few decades ago, Santa was struggling with accountability and lost information. He had no way...
Business Tips, Productivity, Wrike News
These days, workers turn to mobile devices to get things done and increase work productivity while on the go. In 2014, 36% of smartphone users and 45% of tablet users had purchased at least one app for their mobile device. But are these apps actually making us more productive, or are they just eating our money?
We need your help in exploring how mobile devices help or hurt work productivity, and how today's mobile productivity trends are expected to fluctuate over the next few years. You'...