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At Stiernholm Consulting, we strongly believe that good structure strengthens productivity. This applies to us as individuals as well as for our organizations. Here, David Stiernholm, Struktör, shares his concrete tips on how to visualize, simplify and get more time for what is important.

19 Feb

How structure becomes a facilitator rather than an inhibitor


Datum: 2024-02-19 08:10

I have always died a little on the inside when hearing words such as ‘structure’, ‘order’ and ‘routines’”, wrote a reader of my book on structure last week. I perceive this to be a rather common perspective on the subject in question. Perhaps it has to do with ...

08 Feb

How to make clearing and cleaning easier


Datum: 2024-02-08 06:00

Let us say you want to create a better structure at work. You are constantly overwhelmed and want to get organized so that it becomes ...

06 Feb

Write the next agenda any time you like


Datum: 2024-02-06 09:34

Have you ever been in charge of a recurring meeting in a project or a collaboration, and when the meeting is about to start you ask yourself “What are we going to talk about today?” - and you have gone completely blank?

31 Jan

Get rid of the old desktop folder


Datum: 2024-01-31 08:10

Some of us save documents on the computer desktop. It may feel as a good idea, because then we can ...

30 Jan

Get interrupted without minding


Datum: 2024-01-30 08:34

We all need to work uninterrupted from time to time. When we have a difficult task before us it often requires ...

29 Jan

Make it easier to delegate


Datum: 2024-01-29 09:00

Sometimes a large task takes longer than we had anticipated. We thought we would have more than enough time to finish before Friday and even time to do other tasks, but something comes up and ...

11 Jan

Let your morning shape your day


Datum: 2024-01-11 08:42

When I gave a talk recently, one of the participants said: ”Yes, but if I make a to-do-list instead of having everything I need scattered on my desk, how am I supposed to ...

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