Beware of Goal Tunnel Vision

Beware of Goal Tunnel Vision

I’ll be the first to advocate that well-defined goals often mean the difference between success and mediocrity.  The most effective professional goals are generally those that are specific, measurable, attainable, relevant, and time-bound, and accomplished employees regularly – and proactively …
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The Path to a QuickBase UI Refresh

The Path to a QuickBase UI Refresh

We tested concept prototypes. In April the team conducted a Design for Delight session that focused on how people new to QuickBase located functionality to complete core tasks such as adding information and customizing an application. The result of that …
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Preparing for Turnover

Preparing for Turnover

At the Intuit Small Business blog, Brett Snyder talks about how to prepare for turnover.  He says: I’ve known that my concierge would be leaving from almost the day she started. She’s been working hard during grad school, but she’s …
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A Cure for Perfectionism

A Cure for Perfectionism

A perfectionist is someone who goes all-out for seemingly impossible goals, extreme productivity, or overachieving accomplishment. We all know someone like this and we may even have perfectionist tendencies ourselves. Perfectionism isn’t all bad. It allows us to have a …
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