The Mind Rooms Guide for Creative Productivity is a productivity tool that gets the creative mind. Most “time management” tools, methods, schedulers, and to-do list strategies that I’ve used simply don’t mirror how many creative minds thrive.
A task manager has many benefits on individual productivity: it helps you to keep track of your goals and to stay on top of your tasks. But a team task manager can further boost productivity in your office.
At the start of the new year (2015), I’ll be launching a new InnerLab (the 5th iteration) and this one will be different. We’ll be looking to answer a single question over the next 6 months of its duration: Does Time Management Exist?
Mark is one of the voices behind the very influential Manager-Tools and CareertTools podcasts. In this episode we discuss the techniques that CEO's use to manage their time, and zero in on how they use their calendars to manage the time-scarce nature of their jobs
A Scholarly Approach to Your Career Inside Higher Ed Some faculty at my institution have established a “writing boot camp” to help them complete grant proposals and manuscripts on time; they find that committing to write silently in the company of...
If you think you're good at multitasking, you're probably just fooling yourself. That's the point of a new study in the journal PLOS One, showing that people who think they are awesome at multitasking are also the ones who are pretty terrible at it.
The app “30/30” makes you accountable for your time by allocating blocks of time for individual tasks and providing short breaks to keep you motivated. Its flexible structure lets you customize the app to your individual ...
The ultimate Lifehacker is not someone who scours the Internet looking to find random tips, tricks and shortcuts. Instead, we should all take a leaf out of Melanie Wilson’s blog, in which she conducted a year-long experiment in 2013, tackling and implementing one new improvement technique each week. Her approach was simple. Each week she …
Executives' Biggest Productivity Challenges, Solved blogs.hbr.org (blog) Robert Pozen knows a little something about thriving at the top — he's the former chairman of MFS Investment Management, a senior lecturer at Harvard Business School, and the...
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