Happy employees are more productive employees

Productivity, productivity, productivity — we hear so much about its importance and how employee productivity can improve every aspect of a company’s culture, performance and, eventually, its bottom line.

How to prepare for the future of work

Is it possible to prepare for the future of work? Not too long ago, work was more of a fixed thing.

Want to stay relevant? These 5 future work skills will be essential

We’ve all read the dire predictions. Robots are coming for our jobs. Artificial intelligence will make humans obsolete. Anything we can do, machines can do better.

Types of technology in the workplace every digital business should know

Throughout the years, technology has been sought after and adapted by businesses. From the stenotype machine to the post-it note, new types of technology in the workplace have consistently allowed businesses to flourish.

How to simplify work for your employees

James Surowiecki got it right when he said over a decade ago, “Technology is supposed to make our lives easier, allowing us to do things more quickly and efficiently. But too often it seems to make things harder.”

Employee engagement best practices for 2018

If getting employees engaged in their work was easy, everyone would be doing it. And, since 85 percent of the world’s workforce reports feeling disengaged from work, it’s clearly not a simple task.

How project management tasks ensure efficient workflow and positive outcomes

The ultimate goal of a project manager is to bring a project to successful fruition, beginning with the pre-planning stage and ending with project closure.

Rethinking the traditional workplace to mobilize your workforce

In the modern business world, taking steps to mobilize your workforce is more important than ever—especially when 43 percent of the U.S. workforce now spends at least some time out of the office working.

Three departments that suffer the most from outdated enterprise software

A shocking ninety-one percent of employees abandon enterprise software because it’s hard to use, slow, unreliable, and too complex.