I want to live in a post-password world. I spend so much time verifying my identity. I wonder what is the cost to businesses and users. Will blockchain resolve some of the issues of authentication? Asking for a friend.
According to DOMO, Google translates 69,500,00 million words, Facebook messenger shares over 216,302 photos, users on Instagram like 2,430,555 posts, and in the U.S. 3,576,850 text messages are sent every 60 seconds of the day. Getting things done can seem daunting. How and where do you focus? What's the best app to use? Which cloud platform is the right fit? Which device should I choose? Will this gadget be more efficient? What is the cost benefit? When should I switch to something new?
The Tech Salon helps you navigate this digital terrain, not only for yourself but for your business. The result is that we help you get the things you need to do done. We give you S.P.A.: Strategy + Process = Accomplishments. Sometimes this only requires one (1) hour a week. Other times a longer commitment is required to manage your project(s). A client recently remarked about The Tech Salon's services, "What you do is technical and non-technical, strategy and process, coaching, project, content management and more. I cannot quite describe what you do but I get things done and I love when that happens."
I feel that process has its place, especially when running meetings. I think one of the goals of every meeting should be to get as much done in as little time as possible. Yet I find myself in too many long, unorganized meetings. Therefore, I thought I would list a few reminders on how to get the most out of your meetings.
- Create clear introductions/endings. If the meeting is not a regular meeting, you may want to include an agenda on the invite.
- Identify clear action items/tasks and responsibilities for them. Repeat before the meeting adjourns.
- Do not discuss details of work in status/summary meetings.
- Minimize chit chat and interruptions.
These few items can cut your meeting time in half in some cases, allowing you and your colleagues to get more done. And they will thank you for it.