Mon.Jun 07, 2021

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How to Beat Zoom Fatigue

Collectivecamp

Zoom fatigue is real. According to researchers at the Stanford Virtual Human Interaction Lab, all that time you’re spending on Zoom or video calls is wearing you out at a much quicker rate than traditional face-to-face meetings

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Not all ideas are good ideas

Idea to Value

While this statement may seem like the most obvious thing in the world, it is amazing how often we don’t think through it rationally. The vast majority of ideas are actually not very good. And most of them are quite bad.

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Let’s Settle the Debate – Innovation Both Is & Is Not Everyone’s Job

InnovationManagement

Is ‘innovation’ everyone’s job – as so many claim it is? Or is it not everyone’s job – as the counterargument goes? The reality is not quite so simple. Dive in as we examine the three cases of significance here – two in which innovation is everyone’s job, and one in which it isn’t.

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Exploring Hybrid Work Connection

The Future Shapers

The return to work is the start of another transition in the workplace. The integration of hybrid work will require new systems and processes that focus on human connection.

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Roadmap Personas: The Best Way to Set Expectations for Teams, Clients, and Leadership

Speaker: Johanna Rothman - Management Consultant, Rothman Consulting Group

Join Johanna Rothman as she discusses developing persona-specific roadmaps and the reasons why sometimes less is more.

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How Communication Skills Can Improve Your Relationships

Tullio Siragusa

How Communication Skills Can Improve Your Relationships. Relationships are not difficult to sustain, provided there is open and honest communication between people. When each person understands how the other thinks and feels about specific topics, the relationship becomes more open and inclusive, making it simpler to sustain. . Communication is considered the key pillar of any relationship.

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The Science On Purpose At Work

Collectivecamp

Many moons ago, the Roman philosopher-king, Marcus Aurelius, wrote that nothing should be done without purpose.

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The Real Impact Of Incentives On Performance At Work

Collectivecamp

At the core of the psychology of human behavior is the idea that we are incentivized to do things to pursue pleasure (carrots) and to avoid pain (sticks).

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Does SMS Marketing Work?

The Human Factor

image source. Do you own your own business? Are you constantly looking for ways to expand your customer base and grow your profits? If so, there’s no doubt you have employed all kinds of techniques in order to achieve these goals, but for many, marketing ends up being the most important factor.

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Slack Is Killing Your Productivity

Collectivecamp

Slack and email cost organizations an average of $28,209 per employee every year, according to time-tracking company, RescueTime. One-third of this time is reportedly spent communicating via Slack, so the app is costing organizations about $9,500 per employee per year

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