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The importance of inclusivity in our post-pandemic, hybrid world

The importance of inclusivity in our post-pandemic, hybrid world

Office doors across the globe have opened, and life is slowly going back to normal. But the definition of ‘normal’ has changed. For example, remote working will be integrated into our post-pandemic world — more and more companies have implemented hybrid working. Although that’s mostly a good thing, the term ‘remote’ is potentially problematic. You …

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Why and how to keep your employees happy

Why and how to keep your employees happy

Texas Digital recently attended Club Kongress 2021, an event that was perfectly organized by Udo Schüring. At the congress, which was all about customer contact, we also organized a session in which we explained our philosophy of self-management. A crucial takeaway from the congress: to ensure customers are happy and send invoices that make you …

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Why every ceiling is your next foundation: the importance of continuous improvement

Why every ceiling is your next foundation: the importance of continuous improvement

Most organizations aim to grow. But at some point, they might feel they’ve hit the proverbial glass ceiling. “We’re at the top of our game,” they say. “There is no way we can improve any further.” Think you’ve reached that point? We challenge you to think again. There is no such thing as peaking. Glass …

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How (not) to use ‘waste’ in your information sharing strategy

How (not) to use ‘waste’ in your information sharing strategy

When I walked my dogs the other day, I saw the neighbors toss their trash bags into the garbage bin. My first thought: ‘All waste has a history.’ What used to be in those torn cardboard boxes and crumpled packaging that end up in the garbage heap, discarded and forgotten by mankind? Something interesting. Waste …

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Why employee happiness should be your number-one priority (and how to achieve it)

Why employee happiness should be your number-one priority (and how to achieve it)

During the pandemic, we’ve had to redefine and recalibrate many things. For example, sun-loving Dutch tourists who used to travel to Spanish and Italian beaches now decided to stay closer to home: many opted for the beautiful beach in Ameland, a West Frisian Island off the Dutch coast. The local hotels, bed and breakfasts, and …

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Why presenting data is like hanging a traffic light

In the Netherlands, traffic lights are not always strategically placed. When the sun shines from a certain angle, it’s impossible to see the red light turn green. So, you’ll have to make gut decisions — which isn’t advisable in traffic. In countries like the U.S. and Germany, traffic lights usually hang across from an intersection, …

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What a German traffic measure can teach us about maximizing efficiency

Having lived in Germany for quite a while, I can safely say the Germans pride themselves on efficiency. They generally know how to achieve maximum productivity. But there’s one thing that doesn’t fit the picture. Where I live, villages are interconnected by roads with lots of roundabouts and crossings. Here, the speed limit drops very …

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If you can grow a perfect flower, you can help employees thrive

Love a flower in full bloom? Chances are it was grown in the right soil. The thing is, each flower is different. You can’t create one bedding and expect roses, anemones, and tulips to blossom collectively. Each flower requires specific conditions, and it pays off to have a closer look at them. Why? If you …

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