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March Resource Blog
- There’s an optimal way to structure your day - and it’s not the 8-hour workday (Quartz) - In this article, the author disputes the eight-hour workday as an effective way to conduct business. He argues that in order to be as productive as possible, companies and people need to let go of this format and instead structure your day in short intervals, with frequent breaks.
- 7 Years Ago, Google Set Out to Find What Makes the ‘Perfect’ Team - and What They Found Shocked Other Researchers (CNBC) - In 2012, Google set out to find what went into the perfect team. They interviewed over 180 different teams within Google to find out what comprised the perfect team. They found that individual personalities are not actually relevant, but rather there are five specific team traits that enhance a team.
- Want to Cut Your Work Hours in Half? Create an A/B Schedule (Fast Company) - This article explores the idea of adopting an A/B scheduling technique to work and do business. The author argues that by scheduling between A and B weeks, it allows for fewer hours and more efficiency.