This article describes two different types of work and highlights the importance of differentiating among both. Collaborative work is when your work requires you to interact with people. Focus work is working alone and dedicating deep thought and attention towards it. The type of occupation one performs has certain percentages of collaborative and focus work. The article goes more in depth about a computer program called MyAnalytics, in which digital activity is monitored and suggestions of productivity are made.
- There are two types of work, collaborative work and focus work
- It’s important to keep in mind what type of work you are doing
- A productive day consists of both collaborative and focus work
“Your most productive day will always involve a combination of collaborative and focus work.”