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28 Jan

Five ways to keep track of your deadlines


Date: 2014-01-28 09:13 Comments: 0 st

By now most of us have started working and for many people the spring will be filled with activities, tasks and deadlines all the way until ...

23 Jan

How did the start go?


Date: 2014-01-23 08:59 Comments: 0 st

I am guessing that you by now have been back at work for one or a couple of weeks after being away for your Christmas holiday. What was it like to ...

06 Nov

”Just a little while longer”


Date: 2013-11-06 09:43 Comments: 0 st

Are you in the habit of postponing things you need to do? Do you catch yourself thinking ...

30 Oct

Here and there is not the same thing as always


Date: 2013-10-30 10:17 Comments: 0 st

If you have attended one of my lectures or if you simply are equally fond of David Allen’s Getting Things Done-method as I am, you will be familiar with the term “context” with respect to to-do-lists. It is about ...

05 Jun

Seven ways of working faster


Date: 2013-06-05 12:00 Comments: 0 st

Sure we need structure and systematic working methods. But sometimes we simply need to work faster ...

29 May

How to catch up when you have fallen behind


Date: 2013-05-29 12:00 Comments: 0 st

Sometimes our newly established and super-structured working methods run smooth like clockwork. But occasionally everything collapses and ...

29 May

Beware of the temptation to prioritize


Date: 2013-05-29 09:55 Comments: 0 st

As we reach a certain level of structure in our work and we use a to-do-list in some form in order to remember what we have to do and to easily obtain an overview of all the tasks, there is a trap we need to beware of ...

03 Apr

How you know when you need more structure at work


Date: 2013-04-03 16:23 Comments: 0 st

By all means, being structured is great, but is it really something that applies to everyone? Do we really have to improve our way of working? Is being structured really an end in itself? Of course it isn’t ...

27 Mar

Four ways to work faster


Date: 2013-03-27 11:00 Comments: 0 st

When we have too much to do in relation to the amount of time we have at our disposal, one strategy is of course to do fewer tasks, so in other words, simply not prioritize some of our tasks (and for instance delegate them to someone else). But what if we do not have ...

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