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19 Oct

Get straight to it!


Date: 2011-10-19 12:00 Comments: 0

Once upon a time there was a young man (and that young man was me) who was about to introduce a rather radical idea to a potential partner, who in this case was a slightly older man.

Me and my colleague were attempting to ...

21 Sep

Sometimes a closed door is just a closed door


Date: 2011-09-21 12:00 Comments: 0

Do you have an “open door”-policy at your office? What I mean to say is; does your company culture encompass the reasoning that “in this workplace we never close the door since this is a place in which we are always available for each other”? This can at times put us in an awkward situation when we need our space but others are less inclined to provide us with uninterrupted time. Here is my suggestion as to how to solve the dilemma ...

07 Sep

What you need to do when everyone is at your sleeve


Date: 2011-09-07 15:43 Comments: 0

When you are receiving more emails than you would like, when you feel that your colleagues are constantly disturbing you, when you can’t get many feet outside of your office-door before someone stops you to ask for something – then this might be due to ...

24 Aug

Let's shake things up again, but first...


Date: 2011-08-24 11:38 Comments: 0

If you are like me, the summer vacation works as a cleansing bath for the thoughts regarding your job. If so, just like me, you think more clearly about your job after ...

08 Jun

Are you doing what you later will want to have done?


Date: 2011-06-08 16:50 Comments: 0

Keeping track of what you have to do is one thing. To then actually do the right thing once you are doing something, is another matter entirely. To be completely honest, wouldn’t you also confess to ...

25 May

An hour here, an hour there


Date: 2011-05-25 12:45 Comments: 0

As you might be aware of, there is a method for how to correctly prioritize when categorizing tasks that you have to do by considering ...

11 May

Four things you should attend to right away


Date: 2011-05-11 15:59 Comments: 0

Some things are easy to procrastinate. It is both understandable and there can definitely be good reason for doing so. But, here are four things you really should ...

23 Mar

Make a quick decision


Date: 2011-03-23 14:52 Comments: 0

Let us say you are faced with the possibility to make a decision which will affect your business, the project you are running or your job. You hesitate and decide to wait and ...

11 Mar

Eleven ways allowing you to work undisturbed


Date: 2011-03-11 08:24 Comments: 0

You know what it is like when you really need to finish something immediately. You want to focus entirely at the task, but just then a colleague pops his head through the door and asks you to “check something”, or the phone rings and it ...

06 Oct

Are you doing the right things? - Refine and cultivate!


Date: 2010-10-06 08:42 Comments: 0

In times like these, it is more important than ever to work efficiently in the sense that we spend our time doing the right things. ??Now is the perfect time to better refine and elucidate our tasks and assignments so that we really have time for the most important ones, meaning, those which ...

26 Mar

Colleagues, colleagues, colleagues


Date: 2010-03-26 09:33 Comments: 0

Do you all too often experience that you are bothered or disturbed by your colleagues? Do you feel that you can’t go through the hallway without getting called in to someone’s office when you have the least time for it? Do you repeatedly get interrupted just when you are at a critical stage in the task you really need to focus on?

Sure, occasionally you want to tell them off for interfering, but at the same time you are after all working together to bring the business forward.

And it is hardly that ...

26 Aug

If you know where you are heading, you know what is right


Date: 2009-08-26 22:30 Comments: 0

The vision, as all the other parts of the management process, is a powerful tool that can play a decisive role for the business, even on an average workday.

But far too often, the vision is not utilized at its full potential. So, to what uses can we put the vision as a tool?

17 Aug

What structure is and what it is good for


Date: 2009-08-17 22:21 Comments: 0

Welcome to the Structure Blog.

I, David Stiernholm, am a ”struktör”, which means that I create good structure and efficient work procedures for organizations and their key people.
But, why structure? What is the point with good structure? Isn’t that a very square, bureaucratic and limiting concept?

As I see it, on the contrary.

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