Most companies understand the need for documentation. But it needs context to be effective for your team — putting everyone’s work into perspective.
Custom workflows unlock your team’s capabilities. Managers need a process for identifying their team’s needs and building a workflow to fit those needs.
Pam’s work made computers accessible to groups like social workers and hippies, providing a resource network for anything they needed.
Ever wondered how the Notion team uses Notion? Wonder no more. Hopefully it inspires some uses in your own workspace.
Former Senior Research Fellow at XEROX Parc, Stu made significant contributions to Human Computer Interaction, like the design of Engelbart's mouse.
Knowledge management systems unite all your company knowledge in one place. Here’s how to build one that’s easy to navigate for your team.
Your onboarding process should extend way past the new hire’s first day. Here’s how you can develop custom employee onboarding to meet your company’s needs.
A self-described “controversial figure,” Ted’s ideas have influenced modern computing and the role these tools should play in our lives.
Attendees, action items, follow-ups, and more — effective meeting notes need to cover the spectrum. Use this template that accounts for it all.
A great creative brief encompasses everything from background information to deliverables. Here’s a template that can be used for any type of project.
A consistent decision-making process leads to effective decisions. Here are four frameworks to use depending on your situation.
Key differences between Kanban and Scrum may dictate which fits your team. But you can also build a hybrid model that pulls the best from each approach.
One of the titans of internet communication, Louis invented the datagram in the early 1970s, paving the way for the internet as a revolutionary tool for distributing information.
A core member of the Apple Macintosh development team in the 1980s, Andy designed and architected the original Macintosh software system.