Productivity has 4 broad success factors…
- Personal Productivity,
- Relationships (various degrees of synergy),
- Existing or Developing Skills, and
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8 principles of productivity…
- Manage time by priority, necessity, and availability.
- The key to organizing things is the ability to ask good questions.
- Efficiency is far more important than being organized.
- Effectiveness is more important than efficiency.
- If you can’t describe what you’re doing as a process, you don’t know what you’re doing.
- Sustained performance depends on energy renewal.
- Gain leverage through team synergy.
- Building puzzle-pictures of success comes from integrated thinking.