“People who don’t spend at least 5-10 hours a week in online learning will obsolete themselves with technology” Randall Stephenson, CEO AT&T. I came across this quote in a brilliant article from INC. The article focuses on the practice of deliberate learning or the ‘Five-Hour Rule’,
We all have those days where it’s virtually impossible to get any work done, because we are in and out of meetings all day. A lot of the time these can turn into a full week of ‘sitting in meetings’ rather than getting sh*t done.
As I’ve discussed before, and will likely explore a lot more in future, the 1950’s organisational “asses-on-seats-in-offices = productivity” thinking needs to go. We’ve all got mobile devices blah blah, always reachable blah blah – thats old news by now. Perhaps what we haven’t
Working an 8, 9 or even 10 hour day, or a 40 hour work week is a concept I have never understood for 2 main reasons: There is the ‘we are animals and no animals can run flat out for such long periods of time,