In 2016, organizational productivity was the main talking point of many conversations. What were the key contributors of productivity? Did employee wellness play a crucial role in improving productivity? What role did work-life balance have in this? Was the open office a productivity ..
Somebody has said, “Hard work pays off later, but procrastination pays now.” But it’s all in jest. There is work to be done, projects to be completed, and deadlines to be met. Procrastination comes in many forms, but delaying the inevitable is just painful in the long run.
Everybody has 7 days in a week and 24 hours in each day. And so much work to do. If you thought getting through your work week was bad, imagine how it must be for CEOs, business heads, presidents. Is there a personal task management system that they follow?
Every working person’s lament is ‘where did my time go?’ With countless distractions, the much-touted concept of multitasking and completely different ways of working today, it is very easy to find, at the end of a busy and stressful day, that nothing significant has been accomplished.
Since many of us now spend our days fully immersed in a digital workplace it seems possible that some kind of app could track what we do and give us insight into how to be more productive.
Sapience Analytics (www.sapience.net), the leading People Analytics @ Work company, today announced the launch of their upgraded Sapience Buddy App. It is a revolutionary application that working professionals use to better manage their time, focus, productivity, and to achieve work-life balance.
I’m a “professional procrastinator” as sometimes I even procrastinate when trying to figure out the reasons on why I procrastinate. I believe that procrastination must be dealt with just as an addiction. You are actually addicted on not doing the things you should do.