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Startups move towards the heart of these creative companies: http://for.tn/1OYs0uC
Innovation belongs to the small and nimble, right? That’s what GE, IBM, Coke, and others think. They’re launching “startups” inside their walls, seeking the elixir of creativity.
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Tomorrow is the start of National Bike Month! Feeling this challenge? #healthy #lifestyle #biketowork http://bit.ly/1OYt6GM
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There's perhaps no better way to grow, than to learn from the best. http://bit.ly/1OYxcyB
Research reveals the type of advice top executives require and how they get it.
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Our thoughts and hope go out to everyone in Nepal. Thanks to these #tech companies for furthering along safety efforts: http://on.wsj.com/1EcOIMy
Global technology firms are pitching in on earthquake rescue efforts in Nepal with services such as free calls to and from the country to functions that track survivors and relay the news to worried relatives and friends overseas.
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"Success comes from creating interesting thinkers who can encourage synergy and be creative." If you want more on how to be an incredible leader, check this out: http://bit.ly/1D966iB
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Pop quiz! How do you avenge the workplace? http://bit.ly/1FXMlLB
Avengers Assemble—it's a personality quiz! The Avengers have stood the test of time—and overcome ins...
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At GQueues, we love improv and volleyball. What team building activities do you pursue outside of work? http://linkd.in/1FXPRWo
Against my better judgment, I decided to participate on my firm’s Dragon Boat racing team for a local charity event. Despite my reluctance, we had a wonderful time and it was a great time for many team members to bond and spend time face-to-face. I’m so glad that I decided to participate and I want to share with you the top ten things I learned from this event. Getting out of your comfort zone can be fun and is good for you. Even though we know ...
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Prioritizing your tasks helps you to easily achieve your goals. #GQueuestips   #productivity  
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Heart your employees, and your team. #engagement #businesstips http://bit.ly/1EcUQ7B
Winning your employees over to stick with the company long term involves an array of factorsbut first among those is love.
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GQueues helps Ministry of Supply improve project management coast to coast. Here's how they were able to benefit: http://bit.ly/GQmos
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Training Your Users to Train Themselves - we're attending today @ 12pm eastern. See you in #hangouts! http://bit.ly/1OYtPYm
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Letting go of what's not working, helps you do more of what is. #productivity #prioritize
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GQueues is the leading Google-integrated task manager for people and teams.
Introduction
In December 2008, I was grasped by a desire to live a more fulfilling life. I wanted to get more out of what I put into work, and have more energy to focus on what's really important to me. To reach my goals, I decided that it was time to get organized. In a big way.

I set out to find an online task manager that was powerful enough to help me stay organized, yet simple enough to not slow me down. Most tools I tried either had too many features that were not intuitive, or lacked the functionality I needed to stay on track.

So I decided I would build a new online task manager with two guiding principles:

  1. The app would integrate with existing Google products whenever possible, taking advantage of tools I already used and knew quite well.

  2. The app must be really easy to use - every feature must be simple and intuitive.

Since the initial launch in January 2009 GQueues has grown as a product based on feedback from the community of GQueues users. With every new feature added, I strive to make the app more powerful while still remaining simple. Most importantly, I believe listening to users will always keep GQueues moving in the right direction.