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Oxford - Hack Your Work

  1. 1. HACK YOUR WORK RESOURCES AND REFERENCES
  2. 2. Time Management • Steven Covey: “First Things First” • David Allen: “Getting Things Done” • The Pomodoro Technique • Dumb Little Man • Simpler Work • BOTTOM LINE: Make a list. Prioritize it. Do the first thing. Do the next thing. That’s it!
  3. 3. Outlook Tips/Tricks • Set up an “HR@YourCo” email address. Use it for all resumes and ads. • Disconnect from Outlook server for a set time each day and turn off notifications. • Use priorities and “waiting for” as categories. Update and sort by them daily. • Use the search bar in Outlook. Don’t allow auto-archiving.
  4. 4. Interns • Use an intern for all “Quadrant Three” and “Quadrant Four” (not mission-critical) functions. Anything you need to do but can’t Automate or Eliminate, you’ll Delegate • party planning, birthday cards, coffee runs • responding to resumes • filing • data entry • auditing payroll and benefits statements
  5. 5. “Hacking” Your Work • Jason Fried: “Rework” • Jenson and Klein: “Hacking Work” • Tim Ferriss: “The Four Hour Workweek” • Lifehacker • 37signals.com and/or Weboffice.com • Surveymonkey.com • Craigslist • Mechanical Turk
  6. 6. HR Tools, Updates, Communities • SHRM Templates & Tools/Express Requests • ERE Network • HR Toolbox • Workforce Management • HR Morning • Smartbrief on Workforce Daily Brief • TLNT and FistfulofTalent • HRHero for HR Law by state (costs $$)
  7. 7. Business/Strategic HR • Dave Ulrich: “Delivering Results” • Ralph Christensen: “Roadmap to Strategic HR: Turning a Great Idea into a Business Reality” • Personal MBA (Free business education) • Ten Minutes On Transforming HR (Next steps and suggested metrics) • Harvard Business Review Blog
  8. 8. Contact me! Franny Oxford 408-372-6696 franny@frannyoxford.com

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