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Effektiviserer arbeidsdagen med stående møter - Jobb. I 2006 innførte Storebrand Forsikring en regel om at ingen problemer skulle stå uløst i mer enn 24 timer. - Det gikk fint en stund, men så gikk selskapet tilbake til gamle vaner.

Effektiviserer arbeidsdagen med stående møter - Jobb

Da kom ideen om å effektivisere på en morsommere og mer kreativ måte å løse utfordringer på, sier administrerende direktør Gunnar Rogstad. I et rom i selskapets lokaler på Lysaker, står det «Fix it» på døren. Dette er også navnet på prosessen som brukes til å løse utfordringer. Fix it-rommet minner om et moderne klasserom, med flere store tavler på veggene. . - I rommet holdes det først drodlemøter, hvor vi diskuterer hva som kan forbedres. Konkret og kortfattet Tavlen han snakker om har de valgt å kalle «innboksen», som er den første av fire poster i prosessen. Videre må forslaget plasseres i riktig post på del to, som er en post ved navn «Til vurdering».

Les flere jobbsaker på E24 Jobb - Dette skal få plass på et A4 ark. Bruker din bedrift uvanlig gode eller dårlige løsninger? Sparer tid Gir ros Ikke alene Les også: Young Entrepreneurs — Making Money Online. A List Of Startups Goldman Sachs Thinks Will Most Likely IPO. Very very quietly (there is almost no Google footprint), investment bank and securities firm Goldman Sachs held its “Private Internet Company Conference” this week in Las Vegas.

A List Of Startups Goldman Sachs Thinks Will Most Likely IPO

During the two-day conference, which lasted from November 29-30th, a gaggle of companies presented their business models to an elite audience composed of bankers, investors and peers. Attendees listened to talks given by A16Z‘s Marc Andreessen and Square’s Keith Rabois (who gave the keynote on Tuesday night). SV Angel’s Ron Conway was also there, being himself. All in all the experience was very, very fun I heard. Makes sense. So why hold a conference for early stage companies if you’re an IPO underwriter?

So who are these white-hot startups then? In alphabetical order: Each startup presented for 30 min to an audience of about 60-80, except for the four or so smaller ones like Gogobot, who presented to all 500 people for 15 minutes. But that’s just me. Update: Screencaps of the full agenda, below. A Brief Rant on the Future of Interaction Design. So, here's a Vision Of The Future that's popular right now.

A Brief Rant on the Future of Interaction Design

It's a lot of this sort of thing. As it happens, designing Future Interfaces For The Future used to be my line of work. I had the opportunity to design with real working prototypes, not green screens and After Effects, so there certainly are some interactions in the video which I'm a little skeptical of, given that I've actually tried them and the animators presumably haven't. But that's not my problem with the video. My problem is the opposite, really — this vision, from an interaction perspective, is not visionary. This matters, because visions matter. This little rant isn't going to lay out any grand vision or anything. Before we think about how we should interact with our Tools Of The Future, let's consider what a tool is in the first place.

I like this definition: A tool addresses human needs by amplifying human capabilities. That is, a tool converts what we can do into what we want to do. That's right! And that's great! Logg inn til Beetrieve. Free Logo Design Logo Ease.