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Nothing is less productive than to make more efficient what should not be done at all.

- Peter Drucker

Generation Pain: Avoiding Inter-Age Group Angst in the Workplace




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Agility Training: How to Adopt an Agile Working Approach

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Fast Forward: The Advantages of Agile Working

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Tools of the Trade Episode II: Why OneNote’s Won Us Over

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Cult of Personality Part I: Why Your Crew’s Characteristics Count

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Tools of the Trade: Clever Collaborating, PEP-Style

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Best Practices For Keeping Your Employees Happy This Year

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Want to Work in the World’s Best Workplace? Work on Yourself First.

A re you crazy about your company? Or does it just drive you crazy? And if it’s the latter – what are you going to do about it?

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Keep Calm and Carry On: The Professional’s Guide to Persistence

G o on, admit it. We’ve all got something – a work project, a gym membership, occasionally our children – that we quietly fantasise about abandoning. And if one particular project doesn’t quite make it over the line, it doesn’t really matter, right?

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Forget About Staying Ahead. Stay Relevant Instead.

Digital transformation. Artificial intelligence. A Bladerunner reboot. If you feel like you’re struggling to keep up, you’re not alone. So perhaps you shouldn’t.

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Power to the People: The Importance of Employee Engagement

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Eyes Off the Prize: Rethinking Your Route to Success

W e’re all pretty familiar with the importance of goal-setting, both in our personal and professional lives. But what if all the focus on a final result is actually causing us to under-achieve?

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Is Less Really More? How Working a 30-Hour Week Really Works

A 30-hour working week? What’s not to like, right?

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Digital Detox: Daring to Disconnect

T ime to ’fess up. Are you an after-hours email addict?

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Personal Perspectives on Productivity: Part III


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Personal Perspectives on Productivity: Part II

W e launched our new blog series on workplace productivity with an interview with John Campbell, the Group Manager for Business Improvement and Innovation for the New Zealand Customs Service. As we continue our series, we’d like to explore each of the questions we put to John in a little more detail. So this week we asked other executives what issues have the biggest impact on their workplace productivity. Is there a common denominator? We’ve collated their observations below:

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Personal Perspectives on Productivity: Part I

As promised, it’s time to get personal: we’d like to kick off our brand-new series of posts on workplace productivity with an interview with John Campbell, the Group Manager for Business Improvement and Innovation for the New Zealand Customs Service.

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Scrapping Paper: The Perks of Paper Independence

C ome across the term “paper independence” yet? If you haven’t, you will soon. And since we’re here to keep you informed about the latest workplace trends, let’s explore this concept a bit further:

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Keeping Your Distance: How to Stay in Control When Working Out of the Office

Tough day at the office? Working remotely is becoming increasingly popular and for many, working in a traditional office environment is a thing of the past. In fact for some, remote working becomes a necessity rather than a choice: with the news that a number of office buildings in Wellington remain closed after the November 14 earthquake, now seems a good time for us at PEPworldwide:nz to share our tips on how to stay just as productive when you work out of the office as when you work in it.

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