How to Harness Digital Tools to Focus on Your Goals and Work Smarter — The Way We Work. How to Harness Digital Tools to Focus on Your Goals and Work Smarter Technology moves at the speed of light.
Harness it to help empower your success in the workplace. From email to LinkedIn, the social web offers a powerful set of tools that can help you achieve your professional goals. Earlier this week, we spoke with Alexandra Samuel about what it means to work smarter today. Alexandra is a technology writer, speaker, and researcher. She also writes about technology for publications like the Wall Street Journal and the Harvard Business Review, and authors data-driven reports like Vision Critical’s “What Social Media Analytics Can’t Tell You About Your Customers.” You can visit her blog and follow her on Twitter and just about every other social network. First of all, what does it mean to work smarter today? Working smarter means harnessing digital tools to focus on the goals and relationships that are most important to you, instead of getting overwhelmed or distracted by digital overload.
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