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Now remember that 95% of information is still found on paper.
Searching for information still comes down to productivity level of individual and his/her:
1) Skills: Have they assessed their level of need?
2) Training: "42% of executives worldwide feel improving workers skills and knowledge increases productivity." (Watson Wyatt)
3) Application: Do they receive support and feedback on their progress?
4) Tools: Using them instead of relying on them: There is no magic bullet.
5) Managing outcomes: Which tends to manage everything else.
If you want to increase productivity in your organization, start at individual level NOW because when it comes to productivity, procrastination is not your friend.
Copyright 2005 Cynthia Kyriazis. All rights reserved.
Cynthia Kyriazis is an organizing and time management consultant. Organize it is a firm she founded in 1995 and has been serving Fortune 500 clients ever since. Cynthia works with business and their employees to help improve performance and realize productivity gains.