Leaders are continuously looking for strategies to boost their staff’ output. All too often, that pursuit is limited to time management.
The issue isn’t with this strategy’s rationale. It’s because they don’t take into consideration the basic truth that most people don’t work well alone. They thrive in complicated organizations where people are interdependent on one another.
The system, not the individual, is responsible for the majority of issues and opportunities for development. Personal solutions can be beneficial, but the most effective remedy for low productivity and inefficiency must be applied at the system level, not at the individual level.