What’s the difference between efficiency and productivity? And how can your business streamline employee engagement? Find out this and more in the following blog posts.
Here’s a run down of the best articles on the web about workplace productivity:
Is all or some of your team working remotely? This professional trend has certainly become commonplace. From marketing to accounting, you can uncover a remote workforce in nearly every industry.
However, the productivity and efficiency of your teleworking team is only as great as your remote management skills. To manage team assets miles away from HQ, it is essential to have a few practices in place to ensure success.
In a typical workday, there will always be unforeseen issues that pop up and demand attention. Add to that the distractions of emails, ringing phones and a fair amount of scanning social media for news headlines, and it’s easy to wonder where the day went. Boosting your productivity requires some planning.
Business leaders often think of “efficiency” and “productivity” as synonyms, two sides of the same coin.
When it comes to strategy, however, efficiency and productivity are very different.
Even with the best of intentions, some of the methods chosen to improve employee engagement can backfire. Employee engagement can improve retention, strengthen a company culture and increase productivity, but all that quickly is ruined when any of these seven deadly sins is committed.