In this episode of Leader-to-Leader, John looks at the Social Economy research report by McKinsey and Company which identifies a tremendous opportunity to opportunity to increase the productivity. 3:07 mins
Based on their research, McKinsey broke down how the average office worker spends their 40 hours a week.
39%of the time is spent on doing their job
28%of the time is spent answering questions in email, chat, phone calls, etc.
19%of the time is spent searching for information
14%of the time is spent in meetings and collaborating
The last 3 combined eats up
24.5 hours a week! Think about how much salary that eats up.
In times like these, when every dollar matters, leaders cannot afford to turn a blind eye to this issue. It's more important than ever to make sure that your organization runs at peak performance.
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