work productivity

The secret to happy, productive and efficient employees? Less work hours! In the United States we think about the typical
Productivity in the workplace is on the decline. But not your productivity, right? Last year, output per worker decreased by 1.9 percent, and overall, workplace productivity has grown at only half of the rate in this decade that it did in the last. Productivity is a critical component of success in business.
We conducted a field study in which 223 participants were randomly assigned to either the treatment group or the wait-list
Though I had on headphones and physically positioned my chair a bit to face away from the people at the table that ended
Here's what Todd had told me back then: How to beat that? Time track your work with a timer - get yourself 100% on a high
Making more money in less time is the dream of every entrepreneur. It is common to track and analyze a wide variety of key performance indicators that affect profit over time, but ironically time is often not one of them. Do you know how you spend your hours and how well they are spent? Where do you achieve the most or make the highest profit per hour? Chances are, you could do more in less time
I, too, am dismayed at the nearly incalculable loss of American development due to political gridlock! Michael Porter, Harvard Business School Professor and Economist reports, "the political system & the political rhetoric is the problem at the core."
Catch this principle: every relationship, every project, every exercise into which you invest fifteen minutes here or two
The home is a comfort zone and the setting encourages laziness and relaxation more than it does work. This is why working from home can be quite challenging and requires great effort, discipline, sacrifice and focus. Coupled with other challenges, not everyone can successfully make a great career while working from home.
Unfortunately, the academic literature shows that there is no single specific habit that is guaranteed to help everyone become
There is a force within you that is ruthless, fearless, and powerful. And you have every right to tap into that force and
Are you on the quest for the best single device for all your pursuits? What can answer email, handle books, play a few games, and take decent photos? There are lots of devices that can fit all those categories but it's highly likely that you shouldn't choose any of them.
At a time when we're hyperconnected with each other only separated by 3.57 degrees, you would think it's easier for artists and creative people to leverage technology for their own practices. However, we're left unaided with misguided realities around who and how to build meaningful relationships with those around us.
It's a good idea to give a few options a go, without spending a fortune on stationery, to see what works best in making you
Below are seven things you should gladly pay others to do to increase your productivity; Of course you need to be cautious
If you're anything like me, daydreaming and burnout have become daily occurrences. Whether it's the drag of going to work on Monday, or the burning desire to hit 5 p.m. on a Friday, maxing out productivity throughout the day can be a challenge.
The premise of the Strengths Challenge is to spend 11 minutes each day doing what you do best for one week, in order to develop your strengths and make all the difference in your job. In February, the Strengths Challenge is going to be run again and it is something that you can get involved with for free.
Although most people look at reorganizing as a task that has to take a significant amount of time, it does not! You can take it one step at a time, tackling one specific area of your workspace at a time.
When a business truly values its employees and sees them as partners in the company's success, and not simply a "resource," productivity and morale increases. The underlying message when being told to "leave your personal problems at home" is that you should simply turn off your emotions when you come into the office.
Home is a place where lazy just happens for all of the reasons I just mentioned. You've got your bed, your favorite chair, a place to chill, snacks in the pantry. If you feel a bit worn down, stressed out, or just need to relax, it's all right there.