After 25 years in the corporate world, working at Lotus Development, Ernst & Young, The Weather Channel and Play On! Sports, Monisha Longacre founded her own company, Productivity 101 and created a new mobile app called priorigami™: the art of productivity.
As our lives have become so much more hectic, demanding and complex, we strive to be more organized and productive but struggle with how to get everything done efficiently. Her mission is to provide simple, actionable and easy-to-use tools to help busy adults track, prioritize and complete tasks, to become more productive and spend more time doing the things that really matter in life.
priorigami was designed to be the “Fitbit” for productivity and is based on the methodology that she developed juggling work, home and family responsibilities. Read and follow her blog at www.priorigami.com for weekly tips and tricks you can use everyday to get more done more efficiently.
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Ed Morrison directs the Agile Strategy Lab at Purdue University. Ed has been developing a new approach to strategy for complex collaboration in open, loosely connected networks. Called "Strategic Doing", this methodology emphasizes the strategic value of collaboration in today's global economy. He is the founder of the Strategic Doing Institute (http://strategicdoing.net) which provides a platform that colleges and universities can use to share and expand the Strategic Doing discipline globally. For over twenty-five years, he conducted strategy projects throughout the U.S. His work won the first Arthur D. Little Award for excellence in economic development presented by the American Economic Development Council.