NEW YORK (Reuters Health) – The evils of too much sitting include body aches, pains and fatigue, but a new study suggests that 30-minute stints of standing at work may relieve aching backs without harming
8+ years without a chair in my office and loving it. The first six months are the hardest (read = tiring), but after that it’s such a welcomed break to sitting in meetings.
Stints of standing while working may reduce back pain
We’ve all had them: bosses and managers who make our work lives terrible and couldn’t manage a stack of paper clips, let alone a team of employees. I’ve written about the traits that make for bad
I still remember many of the lessons my first manager at Microsoft, Aaron, taught me during our first tour of duty together in Office. The one I remember the most? Having him stop by on a casual “drive by” during the day to say thanks for something small, like a successful meeting, a solid email, or kudos for helping out a co-worker.
Never underestimate the power of simply saying “Thanks, nice work.”
10 Signs You Have (Or Are) A Great Boss
“Product strategy is the last frontier for software-as-a-service,” CEO/founder Bismarck Lepe said. Much of the feedback used in product development, he added, is still being tracked in spreadsheets…
One of the scariest stats I learned working in Microsoft Office early on was how little of the actual features in apps like Word or Outlook that people actually used – it’s less than 10% for the average (non-power) user! Features like the Office Ribbon have helped tremendously with that. I’m curious to give Wizeline a shot and see if it helps us here at Klink.
Wizeline, with a fresh $6.7M, wants to create a ‘corporate brain’ to boost product dev