4 Ways Work Has Changed Forever

By 2016, 75 percent of employed Canadians will be at least somewhat mobile, according to recent research by IDC Canada, and smaller companies will be on the forefront of this work revolution. Furthermore, their employees are much more likely to spend at least three days a week away from the office ‒ whether that’s in...

4 Tips on How SMBs Should Approach Millennials and Mobile

Young people aren’t all lazy, and business owners need to reconsider forcing employees to come into the office. Those points were among two of the key takeaways delivered by small business experts who spoke at the Toronto SOHO|SME Business Expo in Toronto this week. Now in its sixteenth year, #sohoSME is a business-to-business marketing event...

Infographic – Taking Breaks: Good for Business, Good for You

Want to be more productive? Work less. As paradoxical as that may sound, taking breaks is better for both you and your business. Numerous studies have shown that investing time in yourself – rather than just work – can pay off big. Spending extra time with family and friends, for example, is worth more than...

75 Key Insights from The Work Revolution Summit

The way we work isn’t working. Last weekend, Jessica Lawrence, Josh Allan Dykstra and Julia Clow brought together a group of thought leaders and influencers for The Work Revolution Summit, a unique conference discussing the issues around work and culture today. In addition to interesting presentations and panels, there was also a “hackathon” format. Teams...

Work 3.0: Meet the Future of Work

Today, we have a guest post from Connie Chan. Connie is the principal of Chess Media Group, a management consulting and strategic advisory firm. Chess works with some of the world’s largest and most forward-thinking companies on future of work and collaboration initiatives. Clients include companies such as Safeway, Sodexo, Lenovo, Franklin Templeton Investments, Lowe’s Home Improvement...

The Work Talk Show: Tim Hayden on Making Work Mobile

With more than 20 years of marketing and business leadership experience, Tim Hayden has been a founding member of new ventures (NION Interactive, GamePlan, 44Doors) and a catalyst for change in some of the world’s largest brands (Dell, Bacardi, AMD and others). Among Tim’s many specialties is an expertise on mobile technology. As you can...

The Work Talk Show: Summer Vacation Spectacular!

Why are we calling this week’s show the Summer Vacation Spectacular? The reason is simple. It’s summer and we both just took family vacations, which, as we all know, can be challenging as you define your own sense of personal and professional blend. So we thought we’d take a host-only show and explore this topic...

Summer Sweepstakes: What’s Your Friday Refresh?

It’s hard to stay focused at work on Fridays. This is especially true during summer, when there’s so much going on. By the end of the week, it can feel like you’re missing out on all the fun as the season slips by. Sound familiar? At GoToMyPC, we think people work more effectively when they...

The Work Talk Show: Alan Weiss on Real Wealth

You don’t become known as the Million Dollar Consultant by not understanding how to get things done. Alan Weiss is a consultant, speaker, and author. His consulting firm, Summit Consulting Group, has attracted clients such as Merck, GE, and Mercedes -Benz. His groundbreaking book, Million Dollar Consulting, and many othersHis books have been translated into manymultiple languages including...

The Work Talk Show: Dan Levi on Working from Home

We’ve all heard of working from home, but a new term is gaining traction today: homing from work. As you can imagine, just as we take more of our work home, employees are now bringing more of their home lives to work as well. Dan Levi, chief marketing officer of Captivate, is at the forefront...