The four-day work week is good for business

This spring, a New Zealand company tried a new experiment: Employees could work four standard days instead of five, but would be paid their usual salary. Newly released numbers from a study of the project, which lasted eight weeks, show that it worked. Workers’ sense of work-life balance went from 54% to 78%. Stress went … Continúa leyendo The four-day work week is good for business

5 Steps To A More Productive Time At Work

If you work in a traditional office environment, chances are, you spend most of the time sitting at your desk. Some people have outside meetings, errands to run and other reasons to move around during the day, but to those who don’t, staying physically active (which is tied to productivity)  at work can be a real challenge. But … Continúa leyendo 5 Steps To A More Productive Time At Work

Moleskine’s productivity app is as addictive as its notebooks

Moleskine–the manufacturer of the popular paper notebooks of the same name–has been trying to gain a foothold in the digital space for years. Its first app, 2015’s Journal, tried to mimic the feel of real-world Moleskine journals using a terrible skeuomorphic interface. It never made it big and got lost in a sea of journal apps … Continúa leyendo Moleskine’s productivity app is as addictive as its notebooks

Microsoft just showed off the magical work meeting of the future

Microsoft wants to reinvent the work meeting by using new technologies like AI, digital assistants, and far-field voice to iron out many of the well-known inefficiencies and hassles. — Leer en www.fastcompany.com/40569048/microsoft-just-showed-off-the-magical-work-meeting-of-the-future