This infographic created by the folks at Adecco takes a look at some apps that can give you a more productive attitude towards your work.
Believe it or not, wasted productivity time costs U.S. employers an estimated $134 billion in their employees’ lost efforts. Seeing as “time is money,” every hour wasted on non-company tasks directly impacts the company image, annual outcome, and overall return on investments. This infographic looks at monitoring strategies for ultimate productivity in the workplace.
“Getting Things Done (GTD) is a famous time management method which was put forward by David Allen who suggests that only people who deal with their day-to-day tasks without pressure can they make full use of time and improve work efficiency. With the rise of this theory, there are many GTD software programs designed in the market.
IT managers know that IT downtime can wreak havoc on employee efficiency and put a big dent in a business’s balance sheet. With a proper IT support solution in place, you can rest assured you’ll experience minimal impact to your bottom line with professionals at the helm. Learn more about how to combat the cost of IT downtime in this infographic by OrangeIS.
We all waste time, emailing, chatting or surfing the internet. This infographic from OfficeTime.net shows the top 10 ways we kill time every day. Follow the flow chart and see how you can change the way you work.
When it comes to the field of productivity, there are a lot of visionary entrepreneurs, business leaders and innovators who are influential in their own ways. Time Doctor take a glimpse on who the productivity gurus are of today.
No business can afford to have wasted time at work, especially when growth and profitability is directly tied to employee productivity. Check out the following infographic from Time Doctor that identifies 3 of the most common reasons for wasted time.
A study at The British Institute of Psychiatry showed that checking your email while performing another creative task decreases your IQ in the moment by 10 points. That is the equivalent of not sleeping for 36 hours. This mundane task is just one of many everyday work habits that may be standing in the way of your company’s efforts to boost productivity and increase sales. Infographic by Marketo.
Like most professionals, I strive to be more productive, but a never ending inbox of emails and too many meetings seem to be working against me. The team at Simply Business understands the desire to increase productivity and put together this interactive graphic which looks at several key areas where we could all use help.