Little and often – the mantra of productive writers
Prieur du Plessis points to an excellent clear summary of why we will NOT have a double dip recession.
And he identifies what I am watching as we hold our breath for the next bubble to burst. I want to know where all the free cash sitting in big companies is going to go.
Where is the next increase in productivity? Which are the vibrant interesting sectors that we want to be in?
We think linearly. If we want to achieve more, we should do more? Right? Here is a link to well conducted research that shows that professors who follow this approach achieve 1/7 of the those work little-and-often. With that differential, it’s worth taking a look.
Time to subject the target and box-ticking culture of UK to some evidence-based trials? Psychologists would say so.
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