Wasting time at work costs businesses thousands of hours in lost productivity every year.
There are so many distractions vying for employees’ attention — from silly social media to long, pointless emails and meetings — some employees confess they waste at least half of every eight-hour workday.
Read my full article 5 ways to increase workplace flow — and happiness at The Business Journals.
Research suggests that women are not leaving tech careers for family concerns. So why are they leaving?
A recent report by the National Center for Women & Technology (NCWIT) has some interesting insights that I share in my Star Tribune Op Ed article Female IT professionals deserve an industry reboot
My thanks to the StarTribune for publishing my article “To keep employees, try valuing them.”
In it, I share approaches we’ve taken as a team to create an environment focused on our employees.
We’re in a strong hiring mode. If you’re considering a move, please let me know.
Fun, laughter, empowerment and gratitude: four powerful lessons from my mom that I’ll never forget.
Read the full story in my latest Business Journal article Business and life lessons, as taught by mom.
My latest article for The Business Journals is “6 simple ways to make every project successful“. Below is the start:
Running a software development company for more than two decades has given me a lot of insight into making projects work.
Clients should expect fast, accurate and nearly immediate benefits from development projects that used to take months or even years to yield results. The strategies we’ve adapted to meet client expectations are useful no matter what type of business you’re in today.
Read the full copy on The Business Journals website.