According to Paul J. Meyer – “Productivity is never an accident. It is always the result of a commitment to excellence, intelligent planning, and focused effort.”
The above quote echoes the need for maximizing productivity at homes or business centers. Workplace trends come and go but most of them impact the productivity of business centers. Modern day business center operators keep a track on workplace cultures and trends and seek ways to leverage them to serve their clients in a better way.
Businesses across the world, there is an increase in the importance of the building environment that promotes better health, quality of life, and work-related engagement among their employees. For majority of these businesses, productivity is considered as the most important factor in measuring success. However, there are few limitations such as – lack of ample space, technology, amenities, environment, location, etc. directly or indirectly affect productivity. Continue reading
A woman entrepreneur? One of the most doubt-filled question or probably the most arguable notion that exists in the 21st century. The feminine workforce dates back to the colonial era, but history says; active participation of women in business started during World War II, since, men marched off to war, the responsibility of earning bread fell upon the women left behind.
It was during this period, women began to discover their self-sustaining capacity, taking on authoritative positions at home and business. Initial years were tough and women taking up business as a profession were treated as inferior. Continue reading
The year 2017 will end in the next few days. We will enter a new year with excitement and renewed hopes and you as a business owner will work on building your business, taking it to newer heights, serve the existing customers, add new clients, and much more.
But, did you know most start-ups choose to run their business from home. A home-based business has various limitations such as having kids at home, visitors other than business associates, routine household chores affect the smooth functioning of the business. Having said that, if your startup is growing and you want to bring more people on board or meet clients, your home-based office will make it difficult to distinguish personal and professional life that might increase the risk of burnout. Continue reading
An employee’s sense of fulfillment in the workplace is deeply impacted by the office environment, the community of professionals, and his/her ability to be productive. For businesses or startups operating in a coworking space can meet the challenge of choosing spaces that are conducive to productive work. Continue reading
According to author and motivational speaker Dr. Rick Goodman – “You may have a lot of exceptional talents in your company but if those talents aren’t working harmoniously, you don’t truly have a team.”
His viewpoint is true to the core and it applies to even the smallest organization. Collaboration is the key element for any business. Continue reading
Quite simple enough, remote working signifies work done outside of a traditional office. To simplify it, remote working is regular official tasks carried outside a brick and mortar office. Employees may work from home, a coffee shop, or from anyplace that is not a regular office. Similarly, companies can have a team of remote workers i.e. a remote workforce or a mix of both; office workers and remote workers. Continue reading