Keeping up with the latest marketing and tech trends is a challenge for businesses of all sizes. Project managers, C-suite executives, IT pros and creatives all require regular access to ideas that will drive innovation.
We live in the era of the troll, the age of the perpetually aggrieved, and when we can’t scroll down our own Facebook feed without being called names by distant relatives, it’s little wonder that customer service professionals sometimes feel like coming to work in flak jackets.
Here on the iMeet Central team, we’re somewhat obsessed with the future of work. We’re really excited, then, about the new blog series from PGi on this topic.
Core hours are a sensible safety valve on flexible workplace policies.
If agencies want to keep their best employees, they need to fix the major reason why people leave—the lack of a clear path to career advancement. High employee turnover rates are plaguing the ad industry. Many employees are not just leaving a specific agency, but leaving advertising altogether.
The bottom line in business: the bottom line isn’t the only metric that matters. With more businesses than ever vying for the same markets, many enlightened C-suites are identifying multifaceted strategies that throw out the old playbook that shunned any initiative that didn’t immediately and obviously impact the bottom line.
Given how much people complain about email overload and how many people proclaim “Inbox Zero” relief each Friday on social media, it’s easy to end up thinking that email is the worst part of a typical office job.
There’s no question that remote work, telework, flexible work—whatever your organization’s term for it may be—is having its rightful moment in the sun.
For their 2016 installment of “The Future of Business Collaboration,” PGi invited experts from Frost & Sullivan, Airwatch VMware, InterfaceFLOR, x.ai and DaVincian Healthcare to dig into the key technology trends that are shaping our collective tomorrows.
The war on shorts Several months back, HP ran afoul of some industry commentators—including our own Collabosphere keynote speaker Jacob Morgan—by allegedly updating its dress code guidelines,