COVID-19 Advice for Startups

With so many media write ups flooding the news channels, it’s easy to be overwhelmed by the situation COVID-19 has created. I’ve found it useful to gather the more rational and helpful resources in this article as of 18th March 2020 to help founders navigate through this changing landscape. I’ll focus on actionable advice for …

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Thinking Efficiently: How to deal with Cognitive overload

We live in a world of constant stimulation. Where data is pumped to us through multiple channels both in real time and asynchronously. Our primary place of work is no longer just our physical locale but an ever expanding virtual realm of shifting workspaces with differing workflows. This unprecedented level of knowledge and connectedness has …

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Making meetings effective

I have too many meetings. I know it’s a consequence of collaboration and being inclusive in the workplace. I appreciate team gatherings are great to build relationships, nurture innovation and ensure clear exchange of information. All undeniably important benefits that spur productivity overall. Why then do so many of us loathe having to attend more …

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3 Ways to Positive Communication

When I was a new graduate working in a high pressure hospital environment; I would be in awe of the effortless way the specialists would manage their teams all the while radiating an aura of reassuring competence. Their teams would know what was needed and when the inevitable emergency would come crashing through the swinging …

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Future of Work: Is AI proving the Luddites right?

Workmen Take Out Their Anger on the Machines Giclee Print by C.l. Doughty The Luddite Fallacy is the belief that automation and technological advancement causes the loss of jobs without seeing beyond the short term truth and acknowledging the wealth and new roles created in the longer term. The premise has always been that automation …

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How is AI changing your workplace?

I’m as guilty of confirmational bias as the next voice entrepreneur and wholeheartedly accept Gartner’s prediction that by 2023, 25 percent of employee interactions with applications will be via voice, up from under 3 percent in 2019. As workloads and expectations on employees increase, so will their need for tools to free up time for …

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