It’s Time to Evolve From Email Collaboration in Your Enterprise

Posted by Sabrina George on Fri, Aug 07, 2015 @ 10:40 AM

Two of your workers are trying to sort out a problem via email. They can’t agree, so they loop in a third person for advice; this person involves several more employees. As more people are added to the chain, it results in a seemingly endless—and confusing—thread of information.

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On Board With Office Autonomy? Make Sure Your Employees Can Communicate With One Another

Posted by Sabrina George on Fri, Jul 17, 2015 @ 04:44 PM

Meet Pete: Like most employees in his company, Pete works with little to no immediate supervision. Rather than following specific directives, Pete lets the quality of his work—and his attentiveness to details—do the talking.

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Why Have A Conference Call Or Online Meeting If People Are Not Paying Attention?

Posted by Sabrina George on Wed, Jun 24, 2015 @ 12:00 PM
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In The Office With Kay Koplovitz

Posted by Amit Rathee on Thu, Sep 26, 2013 @ 04:28 PM

About Our Discussion - hashtag #office101

In the last 10 years 2 million more women than men hold college degrees in the US.  Seventy percent of current high school valedictorians are women. Yet, the further up the management ladder you go, women continue to be increasingly underrepresented, holding only 10 percent of S&P executive positions with a measly 3 percent of Fortune 500 companies run by women (Stroope & Hagemann, 2011). Though the quantity and quality of capable women in the workforce has increased, not many of them are making it into top jobs—a sign that organizations might be overlooking some of their best talent.  

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