Dwight D. Eisenhower made plenty of tough decisions in his career. As a two-term US president, a five-star World War II general, and the first Supreme Commander of NATO, Ike spent his days prioritizing ruthlessly and acting quickly. The secret behind his cut-to-the-chase efficiency? The Eisenhower matrix, a system that prioritized problems according to two key factors: importance and urgency.
To better understand how teams collaborate, we talked with thousands of marketing and design professionals in the US. Today, we want to share what we learned. In part two of our series on effective collaboration, we’ll continue looking at marketing personas to identify their pain points and suggest ways to solve them. Here are three tips for teaming with wordsmiths.
Ever feel like you spend most of your day writing and responding to emails rather than doing your actual work? You’re far from alone. Most people feel overwhelmed by the volume and intensity of email.
Meetings, emails, deadlines, milestones—so much of our modern workday involves tracking countless to-dos. Remembering and organizing all these duties can suck up so much time and energy, there’s little left for the work itself. Instead of mastering our tasks, our tasks are mastering us.
Your team’s ready to kick off the next marketing campaign. You need an original idea, a great strategy and, most importantly, a marketing team that’s set up for success. Understanding the role everyone on the project plays can help your team function like a well-oiled machine. To better understand how teams collaborate, we talked with thousands of marketing and design professionals in the US. Today, we want to share what we learned. In this first post of our series on Effective Collaboration, we’ll begin looking at marketing personas to identify their pain points and find solutions to make working together easier for everyone on your team.
Everyone has their own favorite way to communicate. And many prefer different tools for different tasks. That’s why Dropbox believes that the better your apps work together, the easier your job will be. Millions of people use Slack to connect with the people and tools they work with every day, no matter where they are or what they do. Dropbox partnered with Slack to provide a more seamless experience, so work can be shared directly with teammates where they’re already communicating. Here’s how the integration helps simplify team collaboration.