Here’s the latest in productivity and time management tips online.
Writer Gretchen Rubin at The Huffington Post has 14 tips for holding productive team meetings. The most radical? Get rid of chairs.
This week Lifehacker is offering a guide for learning to write faster, without sacrificing quality. The tips are supposed to save you time on everything from short emails to longer reports.
They’ve also got a nice tip on making your most time-wasting websites seem less appealing.
The Life@Work blog features a post on the healthy balance between personal lives and work, encouraging readers to make hard choices that can pay off.
According to ABC Action News, new studies are showing that a twist on the traditional “power nap” can increase productivity at work.
Gary Kim at InfoTech Spotlight looks at a British study that suggests cloud computing will have only a minimal impact on the productivity of enterprise workers.
On the other hand, Technology Review from MIT explores the benefits of information technology on productivity.
An interesting article in The Queensland Times looks at a report which has shown that houseplants in the workplace make employees more productive.
For time-pressed smartphone owners, Gottabemobile.com reviews a special app-based service that provides low-cost personal assistance for delegating common or tedious tasks.
Finishing out our weekly list, Martin Douglass at BNET looks at the downsides of writing lists, and provides a few tips on making yours better.