Business B.S.

Frequently-invoked rules of business strategy and management that are totally wrong

The Real Reason Your Email Inbox is Always Full

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More than a quarter of the average workweek is spent on email

What Bosses Get Wrong About Entitled Millennial Employees

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Kids these days just don't know how to do an honest day's work—or so we're told. Here's the truth

Why You Could Be Promoting the Wrong People

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Advancement should be based on merit, but bosses often overlook competent employees

Why “Do What You Love and the Money Will Follow” is Terrible Advice

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Passion for your job or business can actually hurt your chances of success

One Simple Rule for Better Time Management

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Get more important things done using this productivity hack

An Open-Door Policy Encourages the Wrong Kind of Communication

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Ignore the accepted wisdom of approachability

The Workplace Change That Cuts Costs and Boosts Productivity

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Traditional office arrangements are passé

Why Working from Home Doesn’t Work

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There's no substitute for face-to-face contact. The case for banning telecommuting

Why Introverts Make Better Managers

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Leaders are expected to be extroverted, but their confidence could end up costing you

Why Waking Up Early Could Be Hurting Your Productivity

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Making the most of your time doesn't necessarily mean setting your alarm for the crack of dawn

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