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HOW TO DECLUTTER YOUR DESK

by STEPHEN SCHRAMM, Today.duke.edu
January 8, 2019

As an administrative coordinator for the Rhodes Information Initiative at Duke and Bass Connections, Kathy Peterson has plenty to do. Her job has her overseeing the availability and allocation of eight conference rooms and enough work space for 18 faculty members and 95 post-doctoral and graduate students. She also manages the calendars of members of...[Click to read more]

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How to Apply Lean Principles to Your Startup’s Productivity and Time Management

by John Rampton, Entrepreneur.com
January 8, 2019

If you’ve recently launched a startup, I’m sure that you’ve heard a lot about being “lean.” But I’m not here to discuss the methodology popularized by the likes of Eric Ries. The lean principles from a Toyota exec. I’m actually writing about the term and concept of “lean” that was originally developed by Toyota executive Taiichi...[Click to read more]

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How to accomplish your biggest career goals this year

by GWEN MORAN, Fastcompany.com
January 7, 2019

If you’re thinking about going after a salary boost or new position in 2019, you’re not alone. A December 2018 report from professional services firm Addison Group found that nearly half of job seekers are dissatisfied with compensation at their current job. In addition, more than half of employees have negotiated their salaries with their employers within...[Click to read more]

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5 Strategies for Getting More Work Done in Less Time

by Elizabeth Grace Saunders, Hbr.org
January 7, 2019

You’ve got more to do than could possibly get done with your current work style. You’ve prioritized. You’ve planned. You’ve delegated. You’ve tried to focus. The next frontier is increasing your efficiency so that you can spend less time and still do a good job. Exactly which strategies will work best for you will vary person-by-person and situation-by-situation. But...[Click to read more]

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Getting it right in your digital life

by Nitin Sreedhar & Shrabonti Bagchi, Livemint.com
January 6, 2019

Personal information management is a legitimate term. In the 2007 book, Personal Information Management, edited by William Jones and Jaime Teevan, a section looks at possible solutions for effective personal information management, or PIM. The introduction to this section, titled “Search Everything”, describes how personal information management tools “can rescue human memory from the transient mistakes...[Click to read more]

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Time Management Hacks to Make You More Efficient Than Ever Before (infographic)

by Zia Zaidi, Digitalinformationworld.com
January 5, 2019

A lot of people don’t realize that the reason they don’t get as much accomplished during the day as they would like is the fact that they don’t manage their time very well. There are actually a lot of ways in which you can cut the amount of time you spend on unnecessary tasks and...[Click to read more]


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