Avainsana: tuottavuus

Töissä nukkuminen parantaa tuloksia

Ohjeista alaisiasi, kerro pomollesi: päiväunia ottavat tietotyöläiset saavat aikaan parempia tuloksia kuin läpi päivän puurtavat kollegansa.

“When Sara Mednick, a former Harvard researcher, gave her subjects a memory challenge, she allowed half of them to take a 60 to 90 minute nap. The nappers dramatically outperformed the non-nappers. In another study, Mednick had subjects practice a visual task at four intervals over the course of a day. Those who took a 30 minute nap after the second session sustained their performance all day long. Those who didn’t nap performed increasingly poorly as the day wore on.”

Why Companies Should Insist that Employees Take Naps – Tony Schwartz – Harvard Business Review.

Negatiivisuus tuhoaa tuottavuuden (ja tuntuu kurjalta)

“Negative emotions are contagious, but so are positive emotions,” Fredrickson says. “Leaders who cultivate positivity have the chance to tip the scale from narrow, negative thinking to foster broad, innovative thinking and resiliency. This has enormous implications for the productivity of your teams and organizations.”

e-Newsletter December 2010: Move Over, Negativity! – Center for Creative Leadership.

10 vinkkiä tuottavuuden kasvattamiseen

Työntekijöiden tuottavuuden ja työmoraalin kasvattaminen on johtajan vastuulla.

“None of this is rocket science. But it all takes work. The good news is that your work will pay off in improved productivity, morale and engagement.”

via Three Star Leadership Blog: 10 Engagement-Building Behaviors for the Boss.