There are hints. And rumors. And some facts about what is happening at your company. Stuff that will impact your job one way or the other. It’s called “the writing on the wall.” Plain truth coming at you, obvious to any impartial observer. Of course, we’re not impartial, are we? Let my friend Jason Alba […]
You know that sinking feeling when your hard drive starts acting up? First, you sort of ignore it. Then it gets serious enough to run diagnostics and then run a disk repair. And the repair program tells you that you have an unfixable hard drive. Make a back up of everything you have and talk […]
What’s a manager to do? As it relates to Cubicle Warriors, it seems to me the answers are straightforward: Understand the Cubicle Warrior’s strengths when it comes to the job Assign tasks and projects to the Cubicle Warrior that uses those strengths Support the Cubicle Warrior by removing roadblocks Provide organizational guidance to the Cubicle Warrior so that he […]
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The surprise announcement of Microsoft purchasing LinkedIn is being praised by a lot of pundits as an excellent strategic choice for Microsoft’s effort to further its goal of being the best choice for company infrastructure. And with good reason. LinkedIn provides a much better social graph than the more Facebook-like Yammer, purchased for so many […]
We’ve talked about how the commute isn’t healthy for you, different ways you can hack your commute, and finally, the most walkable or bike friendly cities. But we haven’t presented anything about the costs of your commute, especially if you drive gas cars (my situation is a lot less costly since my car is 100% […]
When you know you’re bound to spend most of your workday in a cubicle parked in front of a computer or on the phone, it can be key to spice up other areas of your life to keep things interesting. That includes the daily commute to and from work. There is evidence that the daily […]
Commuting almost certainly wouldn’t make it onto a list of favorite daily tasks, and studies show it’s responsible for many ailments. However, unless you’re lucky enough to have a telecommuting option, commuting is probably your only choice when it comes to getting from couch to cubicle. Fortunately, the transit time doesn’t have to be […]