It’s no longer practical for any organization to measure productivity simply with numbers or to hold everyone on the team to the same standard. Behavioral economics and psychology tell us that people react differently to situations and have different approaches to getting things done.
Thus, it is important to understand individuals’ needs to promote productivity. If you’re using a one-size-fits all approach, you’re making a mistake. Tailoring your approach, on the other hand, makes it easier to keep everyone happy as they reach for and attain their goals.
Businesses have mostly been hung up on key performance indicators (KPIs) when measuring output and efficiency. Thus, focusing on psychology can be a tough adjustment, leaving too much to chance. If you’re worried about being too qualitative with your productivity tweaks, these tips can help you keep your eye on the ball, while keeping your employees happy...
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