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SEPTEMBER 3, 2013 [Creativity] When You’re Stuck, Switch Your Tune
The band was working on a song by sound engineer and producer Jack Clement, but Clement became bored and … Continue reading → Productivity Time Management creativity innovation Jerry Lee Lewis progress 'In 1956, a group of musicians at Sun Studio in Memphis was recording a follow-up to a young pianist’s debut hit.
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JANUARY 3, 2012 [Creativity] 3 strategies to revive employees’ work ethic
Carefully edit the negative language and overtones out of employee email, notices and other forms of communication, and look for creative ways to present them in a more positive way. Following is a guest article by Eric Chester, author of Reviving Work Ethic. You want more business and higher profits in 2012. Reboot your thinking.
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- [Creativity] Composing your to-do list: Tackle the bigger challenges earlier in the day
Okay, go ahead and do so, because clear stretches of time give you your best chance of being productive, especially when you are tackling a project that is new, requires highly creative
thinking or is unfamiliar to you. This is a guest post by work/life balance expert Jeff Davidson. Peak energy and alertness for most people is at 8 a.m. MORE >>
- [Creativity] How is Innovation Like Baseball? Travelocity Founder Shares 3 Ways CEOs Can Benefit by Thinking Like a Manager
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innovation product development Terry Jones 'To succeed today, businesses absolutely must be innovative, and they can’t be if they’re unwilling to have some failures, Jones says.“Too Too many companies punish failure and fail to adequately reward success. MORE >>
- [Creativity] Working in a cave
Even the color of the walls can affect whether workers are creative
or extra attentive to details. Recently I spent the day working in a cave. OK, it wasn’t literally a cave, but it was a windowless, dark green office two stories down from my usual workspace. It felt like a cave. Early in my career I worked in an office with no windows. MORE >>
- [Creativity] Why your business needs balance: men and women
Hierarchy is great for some situations, for example, when consistency is required; a network structure is better for others—like when creativity
or buy-in are needed. This is a guest article by Caroline Turner, principal of DifferenceWORKS. But, McKinsey concludes, the facts argue in “[favor] of greater gender diversity.”. MORE >>
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