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Content Management on Intranets: Centralized, Distributed, and Hybrid Models

Not everyone is skilled at writing for the web, nor is it realistic to assume that nondigital experts can quickly pick up the proper skill sets needed to effectively manage content. Despite providing content style guides and standards, content admins will often fall prey to bad practices when creating content. To keep content useful and usable, a central team needs to perform regular auditing. Common problems that need rectifying include: blank pages that have been created because there’s an expectation that they will be needed but then go unused, a lack of page descriptions, and poor

Content Management on Intranets: Centralized, Distributed, and Hybrid Models
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7 Critical Time Management Skills to Boost Your Productivity

Taking the last tip a step further, when expending serious brainpower, eliminate distractions from your environment. Log out of your email (or pause your inbox using a tool like Boomerang), turn off your phone, close your office door — whatever you have to do to keep your brain from losing focus. Whether you realize it or not, constant email updates or social media notifications keep you from doing your best work. Your brain is pulled in so many directions it can’t possibly produce at peak level. So do your time management skills a favor and remove distractions while working. One

7 Critical Time Management Skills to Boost Your Productivity
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Why the Gig Economy is Coming for Architects, Engineers

There are plenty of macro and micro trends which impact upon whether companies are building at any given time. This means that flexible companies with an on-demand workforce are better placed to match the workflow of any given moment. In busy periods, the company may be shorthanded and require additional employees to complete work on time, while leaner times means additional staff drain on company resources. The company resources are where hiring from project to project makes complete sense for the company and the worker. The gig economy in construction means the removal of talent-management

Why the Gig Economy is Coming for Architects, Engineers
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Design Thinking 101

History of Design Thinking It is a common misconception that design thinking is new. Design has been practiced for ages: monuments, bridges, automobiles, subway systems are all end-products of design processes. Throughout history, good designers have applied a human-centric creative process to build meaningful and effective solutions. In the early 1900’s husband and wife designers Charles and Ray Eames practiced “learning by doing,” exploring a range of needs and constraints before designing their Eames chairs, which continue to be in production even now, seventy years later. 1960’s

Design Thinking 101
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Free Up the World’s Best Entrepreneurs to Keep Inventing

The Startups That Create Startups Over the past year, venture studios have seen an impressive influx of funding, marking the beginning of a sea change in how new companies are conceived and grown. Late last year, for example, startup studio Atomic closed on the second fund of $150 million. Then, just this spring, Madrona Venture Labs announced its own new funding of more than $11 million. The venture studio model is designed to attract and nurture first-time and experienced entrepreneurs alike. The venture studio provides more than capital, advice, and introductions to entrepreneurs; it

Free Up the World’s Best Entrepreneurs to Keep Inventing




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