Simplicity promotes peace of mind. Without peace of mind, the troubles you see get translated into your product, into your agenda-less meeting, into a sense of malaise, unease, and unhappiness.
Whether it's a hotel guest who is late for a plane or an impatient boss at an upcoming team meeting, those who view work as a craft will engineer these experiences and elevate the people around them.
We too easily forget that our work can stand the test of time. An artisan continues the relentless pursuit of quality, despite understanding that their life might end before they realize their vision.
Clear communication of our thoughts and ideas has a staggering level of complexity. It is part science, part art, and very messy. This short guide may help you deal with the complexity.
By directly addressing the complexities of wing design, the Wright brothers managed to pioneer heavier than air flight in just three years. What could your organization accomplish if you knocked down your bottlenecks?
While the "fail fast" ethos is good for innovation, performing analysis as part of your project's planning phase can help you understand risks before they materialize and then plan to avoid them.
Software companies that take the time to understand Information Architecture generate revenues up to seven percent higher than those that don’t. It is critical to know how the parts relate to the whole.
Delegation is a key to achieving the type of harmony we all seek at work.
Two simple practices will increase your team’s productivity and help you always know how things are going.
Weekly planning and prioritizing tasks can minimize distraction and help you focus.