Using basic prioritisation rules to improve self-organisation when working from home

by Carl Weller on 30/03/2020 10:00

This article is republished from my original Using basic prioritisation rules to improve self-organisation when WFH​ post in LinkedIn.

In my last post I covered using a visual work board to improve communication on teams (newly) working from home. Today I'm adding to that with simple ways to set priority so your team can make the right decisions about which task to do next.

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Managing anxiety in these unprecedented times

by Kirsten Eriksen on 24/03/2020 11:00

The view from my impromptu home office

This article is republished from my original Managing anxiety in the unprecedented times post in LinkedIn.

The world is currently experiencing an unprecedented situation. Many of you will be experiencing anxiety on scale for the first time in your lives. As someone who deals with anxiety daily, I'd like to share a few thoughts and tips on how to mindfully navigate through this scary situation.

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Staying connected to our work and colleagues

by Kirstin Donaldson on 23/03/2020 01:30

This article is republished from my original Staying connected to our work and colleagues post in LinkedIn.

In the past few weeks our work landscape has changed dramatically and at a very fast pace. At Equinox IT we’ve set up our home working environments and adapted our work practices and mindsets quickly to keep pace with changes and provide a continuity of service, delivery and value to our clients and customers. 

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How visual workflow management can help your team collaborate remotely

by Carl Weller on 23/03/2020 11:00

This article is a modified version of my original How visual workflow management can help your team get through 'Working from Home'​ post in LinkedIn.

There's a funny thing about knowledge work; its invisible, sometimes even when it is done. It's sitting in a report or on a hard drive. It's not like a physical thing in a workshop or factory. We can't see where work is flowing, where it gets stuck, where our teammates need a hand. This will be even more of an issue with many teams transitioning to using new cloud-based platforms that enable remote working or working from home.

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Collaborate to Innovate - 5 tips to help you and your team work-from-home

by Aravindh Rajagopalan on 23/03/2020 10:00

This article is a modified version of my original Collaborate to Innovate - 5 tips to help you and your team work-from-home post in LinkedIn.

We live and work in times of extraordinary and unpredictable change that can disrupt daily life and threaten business survival. Often we think of disruption as being caused by technological advancement or radical new business models, but as we’ve all experienced it can just as easily come from natural disasters (such as the Christchurch or Kaikoura earthquakes) or pandemics.

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