Articles tagged "Workplace culture"
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4 Ways to Have Fewer Meetings at Work
At Proof, a 15-person seed-stage startup where I work on the marketing team, we all wear a lot of hats. We spend time on everything from customer support to interviewing candidates to assembling desks—in addition to our time-intensive primary roles.
By Ben Johnson
6 min read
5 Ways to Break Down Organizational Silos
Farm silos are designed to store large amounts of grain while keeping different materials completely separated. In business, organizational silos have the same effect: They prevent resources and information from being shared among departments and teams.
By Laura McPherson
7 min read
The 7 biggest remote work challenges (and how to overcome them)
No soul-crushing commute. No managers or co-workers hanging over your shoulder. No one stealing your lunch from the office fridge. Remote work is wonderful. But it's not without its challenges.
By Melanie Pinola
10 min read
How to create a 'You're Awesome' bot
Some days you need just a little boost to your self esteem, something to tell you just how good you are. And I've noticed that, even with bribes of chocolate, my coworkers just aren't stepping up with that, so I made a bot that will do it for me.
By Laurie Rauch
6 min read
Email Etiquette: How to Ask People for Things and Actually Get a Response
If writing a letter a hundred years ago was the equivalent of sitting down with someone in a quiet room and talking face-to-face, writing an email today is like yelling at someone across a noisy intersection while they’re rushing to an appointment.
By Jocelyn Glei
8 min read
How to make the case for automation at work
If you're reading this, you likely understand how automation can help you save time on manual tasks so you can do the work you care about. But maybe you feel like you're the only one at this automation party. Here are some strategies to spread the word.
By Krystina Martinez
3 min read
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