One of the keys to high productivity is to organise – and then to schedule – work according to its priority and urgency.  Too often, though, this potential productivity gets sidelined as other facto come into play – meetings get scheduled and key personnel get jacked out of operational processing. 

Now,  a new approach is helping restore the potential for high productivity.

Companies are beginning to designate core working hours’ during which ‘peripheral activities’ (such as meetings) cannot be scheduled.

The company then knows that within those core hours, every person and every process is ‘on’ snd working to full capacity.    

As companies are now moving away from home working back to the office, it is an ideal time to introduce this concept of core working hours and get everyone used to the concept -and the practice.