Want to Improve Employee Productivity? Conduct a Survey

Peter F. Drucker noted that improvements in productivity are necessitated by eliminating whatever activities don’t contribute to performance. Those tasks that aren’t productive waste time and divert workers from important, productivity-enhancing tasks.It makes sense that eliminating those non-productive tasks can go a long way to improving productivity for both knowledge workers and service workers. And one way of understanding where productivity gains can be had is through employee...
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