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Want better performance? Plan work around your (and your employees’) circadian rhythms
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Want better performance? Plan work around your (and your employees’) circadian rhythms

"Although managers expect their employees to be at their best at all hours of the workday, it’s an unrealistic expectation. Employees may want to be their best at all hours, but their natural circadian rhythms will not always align with this desire. Why you should answer all your emails at 3PM."

Source: hbr.org

We've all seen the evidence, but we just don't pay attention. Can you imagine the reaction you'd get if found napping at your desk? Yet, it would actually improve your performance.


Take a few minutes to complete Stegmeier Consulting’s 2015 State of the Open Office Survey
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Take a few minutes to complete Stegmeier Consulting’s 2015 State of the Open Office Survey

"To better capture the specific “whys” of resistance, as well gather data on typical current and future planned work environments, Stegmeier Consulting Group is conducting a research study – the 2015 State of the Open Office. The brief (8 multiple choice questions), anonymous survey will allow those in the workplace sector to inject some real data into the often one-sided discussion of open offices."

Source: www.stegmeierconsulting.com

It's a really short survey and much needed data.


Is the office dead? No says Workplace Insight and here’s why.
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Is the office dead? No says Workplace Insight and here’s why.

Those people who have spent the last 25 years proclaiming the death of the office are ignoring the facts that a) it works and b) we like it."

Source: workplaceinsight.net

I'm not sure I agree with the premise that people prefer the office. After all, 60% to 80% of global employees say they'd prefer to work at home, at least part of the time. But, as the author point out, it's not an either/or. Research shows that two to three days a week in either location is the sweet spot for most.


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