In any line of work, whether in corporate workplaces or inside sporting arenas, efficiency is constantly strived for.
The people in charge have continually tried to figure out how to improve the efficiency of the people they employ.
Some methods are unorthodox and yet they work. Others are relatively ordinary and yet they fail.
The quest for optimal efficiency is ongoing and it is also a difficult one, which is why workers need to pitch in as well.
The question though is how can all of us become a more efficient producer.
There are no straight answers, unfortunately, but what is clear is that it makes more than just effort in order to become an efficient worker.
Without a doubt, working hard is an admirable trait, but it’s not enough. All the effort in the world will not be able to compensate for a deeply flawed approach to work.
So, what can workers do?
The key is in the preparation.
If improved efficiency is the goal, then a keen understanding of the currently existing work situation needs to be hand.
After all, the enemy of efficiency is a lack of knowledge, and if workers understand exactly what they are in for, then they will be able to adjust to just about any kind of situation without having to spend too much time simply trying to get a better grasp of what they need to do.
Greater efficiency can also be achieved through cohesion.
It sounds trite, but teamwork truly does make the dream work, especially if that dream is to achieve optimal efficiency.
Two heads are better than one, now imagine numerous employees moving and working in the same direction. The effects could be profound and the benefits plentiful.
When searching for ways to become a more efficient worker, the answers are right in front of us and all that’s needed is to pay closer attention to them and to heed their lessons.
A serial entrepreneur, Ray Bolouri is focused on creating "the next innovation.”
At young age, Ray co-wrote a dental billing software which has since become the defacto standard for dental practices worldwide. Later he helped market and build the 7th largest ISP in the United States.Read More
And most recently, he has built a new standard for modern business communication: an enterprise enhanced messaging platform: txtmeQuick.
Ray is 'obsessed' with better solutions and constantly challenges 'old standards'. From building the very first wireless network in Zimbabwe in 1995, to implementing the very first commercial DSL in 1996 and up to 2009. The following year, he founded the first ever modern M2B (mobile-to-business) communication platform developed; he has continued to push the limits of innovation, despite the odds (and has successfully achieved many of his goals).
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