They annoy, they distract, and they kill work productivity.
You know who they are — those people on your team or in your department who just drive you up the wall. Maybe it’s the person who always negates everything you say just so they can feel smart. Maybe it’s that certain somebody who’s always checking out their own reflection instead of trying to hit their goals. Or maybe it’s your cube neighbor — the one consistently sharing way too much personal information — distracting you from getting your work done.
Regardless of their form, we can all identify one or two frustrating work personalities who negatively impact productivity at work. Which one is it for you? This slideshow features AtTask's nine most despised work personalities.
The newfound emphasis on tools and service integration is shaping a new crop of industry professionals — the actual faces behind the IT infrastructure. ... More >>
Experience shows that organizations that manage GRC as an integrated program — involving people, processes and technologies — are more successful in delivering value to their organizations ... More >>
Advice and tips for entrepreneurs and companies that are no longer startups but not quite ready for an IPO, also known as "tweens." ... More >>