Plano, TX (PRWEB) March 13, 2014
Pinnacle Strategies released a new video highlighting the number one way to increase project productivity, which is to stop managers and employees from multitasking. Mark Woeppel, president and CEO of Pinnacle Strategies, teaches the dangers of multitasking and what project managers can do to stop resources from multitasking, and thus greatly increasing project productivity.
Woeppel explain that multitasking is taxing on the brain as it divides attention across multiple activities and often comes at the expense of real productivity. Multitasking can also increase stress for the people multitasking, making your employees frustrated and stressed while at work. Additionally, on the work side of examining multitasking, multitasking adds work to projects due to task switching and due to mistakes people make when juggling so many tasks.
Using a demonstration, Woeppel shows how multitasking adds work to a simple task and then challenges viewers to imagine how much that adds to a complex or knowledge-based tasks. Woeppel illuminates practical ways for managers to stop their employees, and themselves from multitasking.
Watch the video titled “Multitasking is Evil – The Number One Killer of Project Productivity” here http://pinnacle-strategies.com/multitasking-is-evil-the-number-one-killer-of-project-productivity.html. To view other videos by Pinnacle Strategies, please visit: http://pinnacle-strategies.com/thought-leadership/videos.html
About Pinnacle Strategies
Pinnacle Strategies is an international management consulting firm focused on operations management excellence. We work with organizations to increase shareholder value by developing high-performance business processes that significantly enhance productivity, reduce costs and time to market, improving profitability and accelerating sustainable growth. Pinnacle Strategies offers results-driven consulting solutions in the areas of performance management, project management, operations management, and supply chain.
For more information, contact Pinnacle Strategies at info(at)pinnacle-strategies(dot)com, or +1 972-492-7951.