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One sign of an improving economy: People are starting to talk again about how to redesign their workplaces for maximum effectiveness.
Sometimes, your work processes get hung up on burdensome paperwork requirements—including ones that, over time, you've imposed on yourself. Don't be afraid to ask whether the forms and reports you handle are both necessary and effective ...
Résumé fudging comes in all flavors. First, comes the straightforward lie. Consider this story: Several years ago, the New York Port Authority wanted to know how many of its applicants would lie. It advertised an electrician job with experience using Sontag conductors. Nearly a third of those who responded said they’d had such experience. The [...]
In the wink of an eye, team leaders can find themselves buried under an avalanche of reports, printouts and publications — and be uninformed at the same time. Here are a few tips that can keep you safe and sound:

You've got people working rotating shifts, others on flex time, and everyone with individual vacation plans. The daily schedule is a mess ... Sound familiar? If so, you might consider creating specialized "assignment desks."

Surveys show that more small businesses are using e-mail as a marketing and advertising tool. The obvious reasons: no printing or mailing costs, and customers can click on an embedded Web address and buy instantly.

You know the rules and you try to obey them. But company policies and procedures can sometimes suffocate your team.
One of the most important but vastly overlooked aspects of good management is telling employees how they’re doing. Many workers operate in the dark, wondering whether the boss loves or hates them.
Update your boss with a memo on your projects.
Most time-management books coach readers to set priorities and make lists. Jeffrey J. Mayer digs a bit deeper and offers more substantive advice on organizing your workday—and your attitude.
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