All companies want to improve employee productivity, but how often do they examine their own management practices as a means of attaining it? Studies consistently show that a disturbingly high number of non-management employees are disengaged, not working at full productive capacity. Following are 7 practical suggestions – steps management can take to improve productivity by putting employees in a more productive mindset.
- There are two kinds of people – those who deal with their assignments almost automatically, thus getting their work done without even making an effort, and those who perceive every intellectual challenge as an obstacle impossible to pass.
- Lately, constant variations in our personal work rates have spurred new productivity methods that individuals can benefit from both during working hours and in their everyday lives.
- GTD also implies prioritizing your to-dos according to the time required for accomplishing them, and always beginning with tasks that are less time-consuming.
“GTD also implies prioritizing your to-dos according to the time required for accomplishing them, and always beginning with tasks that are less time-consuming.”