While meetings can be useful to come up with new ideas and alternatives, most meetings are very productive at all, and they tend to eat up employee’s valuable time. Here I make a case to reducing meetings to an absolute minimum and cultivating a culture of considerate asynchronous communication instead.
How it all began When I started my internship at Homepage-Design Seibert (as they were then known) in 2002, I …
Recently, we were able to put our additional office in Kirchgasse 2 with room for around 30 people into operation. We are very happy about the change, the unpacking and our recovered “leg freedom” in the main office, and we are looking forward to having a great time in the new office!
Small and medium-sized companies in the IT industry have to come up with something today in order to be able to keep up with the big enterprises of tomorrow, in terms of personnel and holding their own in the search for capable specialists.
Some people can sit in front of a computer screen, get lost in their work, and produce results. Others just …
When new employees open their laptops, the first thing they see is the company intranet. For many, the intranet is their trusty companion in the digital workplace. The familiarity and reliability of intranets make them very useful for onboarding.
Corporate communication that gives off the outward image of “corporate culture 2.0,” yet still insists on “company culture 1.0” internally, will inevitably run into contradictions and resistance – and eventually fall apart. Frank Hamm explains why.