No two persons ever read the same book – Edmund Wilson Reading a book is like re-writing it for yourself – Angela Carter That is exactly the reason why Devana Technologies created the Key Takeaways blog.
Don’t ask me who’s influenced me. A lion is made up of the lambs he’s digested, and I’ve been reading all my life. – Charles de Gaulle I already shared with you how important it is for me to have an opportunity to grow in my workplace. One of the things that I am really proud of […]
Ok, you finished your faculty and you are looking for your first job, or professional internship. So, what are you actually looking for? What are the key factors that influence your decision and your motivation? Unfortunately, most of my friends don’t know to answer this question when I ask them. I tried to summarize my […]
If you are interested in Employee Engagement / HR / Talent Development, you have to check Officevibe. After extensive research and our experiences, we saw that the way people work didn’t make sense. Most employees are unhappy, disengaged, and are more stressed than ever before. Knowing this, we set out to build a new approach to employee […]
The title of this blog post may sound familiar to you. “Let’s Make Work Better” is actually the slogan of the new website that provides tools and resources to help people copy Google’s style. We should expect more from work. People spend more hours working than anything else. But for too many, work isn’t fulfilling, inspiring, or anything more […]
As you may have noticed already, on November 1st I started a 30 days challenge – each day one blog post. Each member of our Customer Happiness Team writes a post on her/his personal blog. Today I will share with you my key results from the first week of our team challenge.
Recently I found an E-book – Intercom on Customer Support. Here is the link where you can download it.
I shared with you how I use my Twitter account for keeping my knowledge. Now I want to share with you how you can schedule your social media posts and as the official website says – When you want to schedule posts for later, use Buffer.
Recently I shared with you my favorite apps / blogs / portals that I use for continuous learning. When you read some cool blog post, you may want to keep it somewhere. Notebook is not the perfect choice, so I will share with you how I use Twitter for it.
When you are studying (at your faculty), usually you think that it is preparing you great for a real life (at least if you are from Serbia). However, when you come on your first job, you receive a real slap and the reality check may hurt. That is why I consider continuous learning crucial for […]
After finishing all 1-1 meetings with my team members, I scheduled our first team meeting. To be more precise, that was the first meeting of that team led by me. And it was totally unpredictable.
Thanks to all personal meetings, I realized that my team members share the same fears. That was the great starting point. However, the way they see our everyday activities was completely different. More importantly, they were not aligned around the same goal. That was the moment when I started to discuss with them a difference between groups and […]
At the very beginning of my new leadership experience, I tried to understand each team member and the current state of my team. There is a huge difference between a team and a group of individuals, so I had to understand where are my members.
Recently I got a chance to lead a team. It is definitely not the first time that I am leading a team, however each experience is unique. And I must say that each of these experiences is hard in its own way.
Let me share a secret with you – everything starts with your clients. So we went to Tampa, Florida, to talk to our clients and figure our how to help their business grow, so we could fund our project to send a rocket to the Moon. Read more about it on our company blog.
Today is the last day of my MCP term. If you are not familiar with what that means, that’s completely fine. I am finishing my term for being the President of AIESEC in Serbia. With the year behind me and the opportunity to lead an organization of 400 people, at 24 years old, this was for […]
Every beginning is hard. First, you deal with the question “Why” and after you figure out that answer and you are clear that WordPress is perfect platform for you, “How” comes to your mind. WP Tavern recently published the results of Bob Dunn’s survey that asked how people learn WordPress. Out of 428 responses, 63% learn […]
There are numerous reasons why you might need to move a website which was created in a WordPress Multisite network to its own single website installation. For example – the site became too large to be contained in the network, it needs its own IP address, a site owner is taking over management control of the website independently, […]
Available since WordPress version 3.0, Multisite is a continuation of WPMU or WordPress Multiuser project. It allows multiple virtual sites to share a single WordPress installation. When the multisite feature is activated, the original WordPress site can be converted to support a network of sites. The real question is if you actually need it?
Does it happen so often to you to have billion of things to do and you catch yourself feeling too nervous? I tested this method in previous days and it actually worked for me.
So you’ve got thousands of followers on Twitter. That’s pretty cool, congratulations! Have you considered that they’re a lot more valuable than you think? A quick look into your followers can help you make smart decisions and fuel your growth. Here is the link to my new post where you can read more about it. […]