Posts with category: Management and leadership

Lists of posts with category Management and leadership

Ledarskap i en organisation av digitala nomader


Vad är en digital nomad? Ja, låt oss böra med att sätta begreppet digital nomad först och främst. Som uttrycket antyder är det en person som är rörlig, därav nomad, men personen är inte virtuell eller digital på annat sätt än att den har skapat sig förutsättningen att bara arbeta digitalt. För många kan det […]


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A study in inefficiency (or: Why outsourcing to cheap locations tend to take double the amount of time)


A study in inefficiency (or: Why outsourcing to cheap locations tend to take double the amount of time) During the fall break I took my kids to a week in the sun in Turkey. We went on an all-inclusive charter trip to Alanya with a really nice hotel complex, great pool situated right at the […]


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6 Reasons Why Cool People Attracts More Followers


I attended a try-out day for sports with my sons class today. These kids are in the third grade so they don’t always sit still and listen, or they mostly never do. That’s why the leaders ability to engage the group were tested to the maximum, and I took out my notebook. We were able […]


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Weak leadership brings chaos to a group


I’ve been taking my son to practice ice skating during the winter. The training is lead by different coaches every week and they are all very different. Some are teenagers from the local field hockey teams and some are older coaches for these teams. The group of kids range from 15-25 every week and the […]


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Take back the control of your time: refuse email


I hate email! Email is a medium that you’re not in control of. A person can send you an email with a task or something they want you to do even if you haven’t approved the task. The common view is that once you’ve sent the email, the task in it becomes the receivers problem. […]


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The key to getting more things done faster: Slow down!


The multitasking brain is a myth. Well, not a myth entirely but it is a true myth that your brain can multitask more than one intellectual task at a time. Let me first explain my view on intellectual tasks and then get back to my point. Any task that needs more than 1% of your […]


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If you want to get things done: Put your ToDo-list where your Email is.


Many poeple are becoming slaves under their email and most of them can spend an entire work day just reading and answering mails. Most of them will also find themselves thinking “what did I really accomplish today” at the end of a work day? There are a number of reasons why email is enslaving entire […]


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Calendar Management not Time Management


Many of you will soon be returning to the office from a summer vacation and this is the absolute best time to start fresh if you want to get better organized and free up some time in your life. There has been a lot of talk about Time Management these last years but this is […]


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