Ergonomics is the study of work, work environment and work tools. Take an in-depth look at the work you have to do, your environment and the things you need in order to do it well; then set them up to enhance your performance
Today’s hectic lifestyle makes us compete for everything. This is probably most apparent in our work life. And so we find our selves working around the clock, day and night. This can lead to an illness called ‘Office Syndrome’.
An Agile development environment, requires continual involvement with the customer (the most difficult sub-group of people in all of society) is an integral part of this model.
“With Taskworld I am given the space to work on my own personal life tasks, but also collaborate and work with my team helping me to form this organization and still get things done,” says Nicole.
Last minutes jobs are familiar to all of us freelancers. Usually the jobs turn out acceptable, if you haven’t got your time management skills down pat, they turn out terrible, but when you finally do, they turn out excellent.
A free-lancer would sell you his services (namely, driving his lance through the chest of your enemy) for a price, swearing allegiance to no one lord. Whoever could pay would benefit from his skill, expertise, courage, and weaponry.
Taking on a career as a freelancer might put you in mind of housewives working from home with a bunch of kids running around, but being a successful freelancer requires a great deal of commitment, talent and self worth.
Project Management ranks within the top 16 professions for professional freelancers, according to the 2012 Freelance Industry Report, and the single largest segment of freelancers are those who have been doing so for ten years or more.
Learning from our missteps is a daily fact of life. In IT it’s especially ingrained into daily existence because we are constantly figuring out how to make things work according to requirements.