Work with your manager to get what you need, when you need it.
Insights, tools, and strategies for building 21st century businesses.
Learn about the math operations a Microsoft Word 2016 table is capable of without having to use Excel.
Watch a demonstration that shows you how Microsoft Word 2016 lets you vary the footers and headers on different pages in your Word documents.
Watch how Microsoft Word 2016 pulls contact information from Excel and uses the data to print a set of mailing labels.
Many successful businesses have played by an entirely different set of rules.
Set a good example, and everyone will follow.
Focus on your customer’s needs and iterate.
This ebook explores guidelines that can help you make crucial "right item, right time" decisions and assist in the integration of new technology into existing business processes.
The O’Reilly Hardware Podcast: Designing and manufacturing a screenless tech device.
Decision science can help you get better at making tough calls.
It’s important to be willing to delegate tasks to the experts who can best help achieve the company vision.
This report examines the best ways to delegate work so you not only end up with successfully completed tasks, but also a team of cheerful people—including a cheerful you.
Don’t underestimate this emergent property of your organization.
The O’Reilly Hardware Podcast: How connected devices are leading to energy and cost savings.
As the cost of instrumenting things with sensors and wireless transmitters drops, every "thing" will be a candidate for measurement and optimization.
An interview with Marcus Blankenship, author, trainer, and consultant at MarcusBlankenship.com.
5 reasons why the company you want to work for won’t hire telecommuters (and 4 ways to get hired anyway)
Hiring managers share their sincere reasons to insist you work in the office—and a few tips for how you might convince them otherwise.
In this report, you’ll learn to address two main challenges: How to organize your own life as a telecommuter, and how to work as part of a larger team.
Let the systems and your team do the work.
Anticipate change, but keep an eye on technical debt.
Build up your “first team” relationships to avoid conflict.
This report examines how your organization can use behavioral science to design a workplace culture that supports creativity, collaboration, and innovation among your employees.
Weekly check-ins are critical for managers and team members.
Learn best practices for one-on-one meetings that promote productivity and team loyalty within your business