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It's hard to believe what a typical office desk looked like in 1980 compared to today, memorizing your entire presentation deck is ridiculous and unnec

It’s hard to believe what a typical office desk looked like in 1980 compared to today, memorizing your entire presentation deck is ridiculous and unnecessary, and #TablessThursday almost killed someone.

I Tried Living On One Brower Tab and Almost Died #TablessThursday

Everyone is looking for ways to be more productive, more focused, less distracted. This article details 4 hours in the life of John Hess as he attempts #TablessThursday and just reading it gave me an anxiety attack. 

The Evolution of the Desk

A team at the Harvard Innovation Lab has encapsulated this history of technology, as it relates to the office, in a video demonstrating the steep shift from cork boards and fax machines to Pinterest and PDFs.

Are We Hard-wired to Doodle?

Why are we drawn to doodling? As David Robson discovers, there may be much more to our idle scribbles and other drawings than we realized.

Exploding 12 Myths About Presentations

Guess what, you don’t have to memorize your entire presentation, everything you say shouldn’t be duplicated on the slide, and white space is awesome.

Ideas Don’t Stop When The Meeting Ends

Keep the momentum from your collaboration sessions going even after the meeting is over.

An Open Office Experiment That Actually Worked

There is still much debate whether the open concept office environment is the best solution for today’s workforce. Here is a concept that worked.


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Date:
November 28, 2016
Author:
Traci Jones