Try working from a café or from your balcony, or try doing a weekly review on a park bench and say goodbye to procrastination. Changing work environment from time to time can help you increase your productivity.
Get the best tips & tricks to running regular, easy and effective weekly reviews that will boost your productivity and help you organize your work.
When your brain isn’t busy remembering everything, it works better, your creativity skyrockets and your stress level goes down. Writing things down is the first and most important tip you should try to implement in your team to boost your productivity. See why.
Future is hybrid. Now it is for sure. Office used to be a tool for the company management while it should be a tool for employees to get their work done in the most efficient way. Hybrid work is all about it. We share our ideas and the best tips to arrange the hybrid work in your company.
After a serious introduction involving the war, Ukraine being invaded by Russia and the disinformation we must fight, Michael and Rafal tell you everything about the 4-day workweek in the Nozbe company and our Mighty Fridays.
Rafal and his guest Radek - Nozbe CTO, talk about the way the Nozbe team implements Kaizen improvements in order to ship the app updates every week and constantly improve the processes.
Michael and Rafal reveal quite a few secrets in this episode of the NoOffice Podcast. They talk about 15 years of running a remote company and how painful was the reality check of the plans they had.
This episode’s recording started with a bit of technical issues. Nothing happens without a reason! Thanks to these little problems we can share some unusual productivity tips with you… And Rafal will share his impressions of using his iPad Mini in various fields of professional and private life.
New year, new No Office podcast episodes, Rafal’s new MacBook Pro and his newly arranged desk. Find out how to improve your home office set up and how to upcycle old gadgets and reuse your earlier equipment.
Adjusting your daily schedule is a good thing! Testing and experimenting with various configurations will help you set up a perfect pattern. The same goes for processes in your team. See how we improve schedules and product development process in our company,