We have all heard the cliché – Work smarter not harder. What does that really mean? I don’t think anyone wants to work “dumber.” Are you working long hours and others go home on time or early? Are some people more productive than you? Are we falling into the trap of equating volumes of activity with accomplishments?
I always look for alternative viewpoints and perspectives. And, here is one! Morten Hansen, co-author of Great by Choice with Jim Collins, has released a new book Great at Work: How Top Performers Do Less, Work Better, and Achieve More. He upends conventional thinking about how we should work.
He points out the real key to your individual performance are seven “work smarter” practices. The more you adopt the seven practices in your work, the better you perform.
See It Now!