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,
I used to be a go-to source for questions like “What’s that song that goes ______?” The cruel, all-knowing internet replaced me. Today, the answers to just about all of life’s minor, non-existential questions are waiting right on our desks, in our pockets, and in our iMeet Central workspaces.
2015 is receding in our rearview, and as we get wrapped up in the toils and triumphs of a new year, it can be hard to stop and reflect on where we are. How about reflecting on where we were supposed to be?
“Unlimited” paid time off (PTO) is increasingly popular among smaller businesses and startups, but is also now used by big corporations looking to gain an edge in recruiting. The message: take as much time off as needed to relax and recharge, no questions asked.
In February 2012, Rand Fishkin and Dharmesh Shah came together for what some believed to be an unlikely partnership.
One of the big pieces of news this week is that the World Health Organization added processed meat to the dreaded “group 1” list of potential cancer-causers, right alongside tobacco and asbestos. Back away from the bacon! For whatever reason, when “living right” comes up, we frequently talk about all the things we do away […]
Top enterprises are ditching formal, annual, rack-and-stack performance review processes. Now comes the hard part—what to do instead?