People are demanding your attention all day long. You’re tied up in meetings or emails all day long. The bigger the firm, the harder it is to communicate. That’s why Jan Řežáb and Cyril Höschl have come up with a tool that measures internal communication flows and helps to uncover defects in teams’ communication and improve their time management.
Bad communication, foul moods, and unpleasant office environments are among the problems that companies often leave unaddressed. EMU is a Czech tech startup that has delivered a solution for handling troubles like these more simply and effectively.
Heading off on a vacation that’s already feeling too short? Break convention with a bold autoreply email—you can take the ones here for inspiration. You just might find that by day two, your vacation has gone permanent. Because you’ve been fired!
Why will English decline as an international business language? Who should design collaborative spaces? Why are office desks getting smaller? Read on to check out our interview with Rainer Bogner, Lead Country Manager at ExxonMobil BSC Czechia.
How do the Czech and Swedish working environments and working worlds differ? We’ve called in Petra Machartová for answers. She’s been working on office innovations at the Skanska headquarters in Stockholm since January of this year.
Office newspeak? Corporate bullshit? Linguistic thriftiness goes hand in hand with the pressure for workplace efficiency. Abbreviations for English business phrases and industry phrases have become so natural for us Czechs that in many cases we don’t even bother to seek Czech equivalents.