Date Added: Feb 2010
As managers, we want our people working smarter not harder. Why put in long hours if the yield isn't worth it? Mix this with the fact that more people are utilizing a more mobile and distributed workforce, and another facet comes into play: how do we keep the mix of what people are working on fresh and active and targeted on the right things? Here's a new recipe for you to consider: time chunking. We all have the same clocks. They roll over every 24 hours. But how we use time, how we see time, how we slice it, is up to us. Instead of looking at the day as a time-fixed schedule, what if we look at it as a recipe that needs assembly?