In this article we discuss how adopting environmentally conscious practices often carries a bonus for the bottom line of your business.
Environmental scientists who study the way we work best have long said that our external space greatly impacts our ability to be productive. Give us what we need as human beings and most people will be far more effective and efficient at their jobs.
In general, the kinds of things that affect us can be broken into four categories: psychological, territorial, physical, and collaborational.
Now is the time to get your customers off paper billing. But of course, not everyone is anxious to make the move. After all, if they’re not paying for the postage and printing costs, what incentive do they have to switch? Well this is where you – the business owner or manager – can take some pointers from the credit card companies and banks. They do a great job persuading customers to enroll in e-statements. Here are the top 3 strategies they use and how you can apply them in your own business to reap the benefits of going paperless.
There are many things that stand in the way of productivity–poor management of time, disorganization, outside distractions, and plain old forgetfulness are just a few of the culprits. If you or your employees could use some help getting back on track and staying there, check out some of these online resources designed to help you do just that. They are all very simple and straightforward to use, and best of all–they’re free.
The efficiency that today’s technology can introduce to one’s business is difficult to imagine in the absence of a thorough demonstration, but once implemented, most organizations find it hard to fathom how they functioned prior to its introduction. Particularly in the tough global economic conditions facing most business today, high commodity prices and highly variable labor costs, getting a handle on one’s operation can have a significant and immediate impact on one’s bottom line.
Real estate agents across the board are discovering that going paperless can save time and money, and help the agent to provide their customers with better customer service.
But what exactly does going paperless mean? It doesn’t mean throwing out the paper. Paperless consists of four main components, and is quickly catching on among the top real estate offices.
The term multi-tasking comes from the computer industry, referring to multi-core computers, where each core can perform a separate task simultaneously. There’s just one problem: we aren’t computers. This article explores if multi tasking is truly even possible, and how it affects productivity. If you are up to the challenge, take the test and see how multi-tasking is affecting you.
For many businesses, lack of communication is one of their primary productivity concerns. It’s hard to grow a business, smooth out operations and create new working initiatives if you have ineffective methods of communication throughout the organization. See how can you increase collaboration and improve communication with these tips.