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Welcome back to our three-part series about efficiency in the workplace. So far we challenged managers to delegate meaningful work to their subordinates and discussed the some of the reasons inefficient tools and processes exist in the workplace. Today we are going finish up the series with a look at how creating a culture that embraces change will make you more nimble and efficient.
Welcome back to our three-part series about efficiency in the workplace. So far we challenged managers to delegate meaningful work to their subordinates. Today we are going to look at how choosing the right tool and creating a new process can lead to greater efficiency.
It’s no secret that efficiency matters in business. Isn’t this something we all strive for: to produce more without increasing the resources driving that outcome? This is the first post in a three-part series in which we will discuss common efficiency pitfalls in companies. Our hope is that you can pause and find one way to increase efficiency in your business today. Are there changes that you can make in your business now that would make you more streamlined, efficient and productive?
Talking to our peers, we agreed (with groans of frustration) that unnecessary all-hands-on-deck weekly meetings are the biggest waste of time. Each of us had the experience of a previous employer who held an all-hands meeting once a week or once a month, or once a quarter. These all-hands meetings don’t ever seem to involve the whole team, the full duration of the meeting. Typically a manager is working with a personal agenda or collecting information from each attendee one at a time. In some cases, information is being shared that doesn’t require any feedback from the attendees (a one-way discourse). We want the unnecessary meetings to stop! The more a manager can fully hand the ownership and execution of a task off to someone on their team, the more they can play a strategic role in growth and success in other areas of the enterprise.
Look for the next two posts in our series about efficiency pitfalls: Integrated tools and processes; Latitude for innovation and change.