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Not owning a smartphone gives him 'time to think.'
Once the winter holidays are past, it's just winter. That's when your team needs to be rallied.
See the five ways these ne'er-do-wells imperil company success.
It's great, except when it's not.
Sometimes, the killer productivity app is the off switch.
A full 43 percent of employees are distracted for a sizeable chunk of the workday. Here's what's getting in the way of getting work done.
The internet and social media promise you are always connected but not if you don't lift your eyes from the screen to see who's in the room with you.
People and technology will always tug at your attention. Dealing with it constructively is far more productive than wishing nothing competed for your focus.
By removing a critical majority of his iPhone apps, the designer Jake Knapp says he lengthened his attention span and relearned how to 'enjoy (or at least be okay with) moments of boredom.'
Research has shown that employees are spending time managing their teams instead of working, which cost companies big.