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by Ian Price

  • Author: Ian Price
  • ISBN: 1848769490
  • ISBN13: 978-1848769496
  • ePub: 1660 kb | FB2: 1480 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Management & Leadership
  • Publisher: Troubador Publishing Ltd; UK ed. edition (November 25, 2010)
  • Pages: 222
  • Rating: 4.1/5
  • Votes: 406
  • Format: lrf lit mbr mobi
The Activity Illusion ePub download

The Activity Illusion breaks open the vicious circle of hyperactive work practices and shows how to fix it for . This is a thought-provoking, insightful and highly practical book written by an author who clearly knows his subject.

The Activity Illusion breaks open the vicious circle of hyperactive work practices and shows how to fix it for you and your organisation.

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Why are we working harder than ever and yet being less effective? Why do we let work bleed into family life and holidays? The Activity Illusion breaks open the vicious circle of hyperactive work practices and shows how to fix it for you and your organisation. You will discover: · how to work less and be more effective in your job · why activity has become the new status · how up to 20% of your organisation's payroll gets soaked up by ineffective use of email · why we get "addicted" to email and BlackBerry · how to create the virtuous circle of an effective work life and a great life outside the office.
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Any professional that is trying to achieve work-life balance should read this book. The book offers an interesting perspective on why we are so attached to our Blackberries, despite the disastrous effects it can have on our productivity, health and personal relationships. The author suggests practical ways to use Blackberries efficiently so that you can improve your personal well-being as well as your professional performance. It's time to get back to the basics of sound management skills and leave behind activity for activity sake.
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Datrim
This is a thought-provoking, insightful and highly practical book written by an author who clearly knows his subject. Some of the often unnoticed ways in which we generate unprodctive activity are clearly highlighted through a combination of anecdotes, reference to research and personal observation - themes that I found I could easily relate to and suspect most others could too. The book then turns to consider how unproductive activities can be capped, offering a wealth of valuable ideas for tackling what is effectively a scourge of modern working. Well written and easy to dip into, this book should add value for anyone who struggles to stay on top of their daily workload. Highly recommended!
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