5 Company-Wide And Crazy-Sounding Productivity Hacks

by David Burkus

For a very long time businesses worked on the principle that employee productivity could be increased with better top-level leadership, more robust performance management processes and of course, clear goals and targets. While much of this may have been true during the industrial era, things are a little different in the 21st century.

An increasing number of leaders are beginning to challenge long-held assumptions and are willing to try bold new tactics to improve performance and profitability. What follows are five counterintuitive — some would say crazy — ideas that have been successfully implemented by corporate leaders.

Read the full article on Forbes.

David Burkus is the author of Under New Management and this month’s Thinker of the Month.

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