It's natural for productivity to feel complex.

Every business leader wants to increase productivity at their organization. But that doesn’t mean they know how to make it happen. Most are unsure where productivity opportunities exist, and when they do, they tend to take on too much too quickly, addressing the symptoms and not the root cause.

Especially today, when relentlessly advancing digital technologies and an unprecedented pace of change mean we already feel busier than ever. In the burnout age, we confuse volume with efficiency and mere activity with productivity, all while a nagging feeling persists: We’ve hit a plateau, and to really move forward we’ve got to do something differently.

But what?

 

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