According to a recent study, employees who pride themselves on being above average for multitasking capabilities are actually the very worst to carry out their duties efficiently.

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Written by lyceum
462 days ago

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Written by OpenSourceMedia
462 days ago

It depends upon the personality of a particular person. Women has a great percentage of effectiveness in multitasking job since they got more endurance than men. Men always want to have a focus on one job.



Written by erikemanuelli
462 days ago

Good point!



Written by BizRock
462 days ago

Well.... I am not so good with multitasking, so I always trying to do just one thing at the time if is that possible. :)

Thank you for sharing!



Written by erikemanuelli
462 days ago

That will increase your productivity, then!



Written by lyceum
463 days ago

Erik: It could be improved! I am working on developing my own productivity approach, called F.I.X IT!



Written by erikemanuelli
462 days ago

Good luck with that, Martin!



Written by lyceum
464 days ago

Erik: I am trying to do several things right now, reading your entry and then comment. And listen to music at the same time. And thinking of next action steps, etc... ;)



Written by erikemanuelli
463 days ago

And how is your productivity, Martin? ;-)



Written by bigmoneyweb
470 days ago

I can't agree more Eric, multitasking is really the main assassin of productivity. I'm talking based on personal experience. The best thing is to always focus on one task at a time that way, you will discover how productive you are. Thanks for sharing this with the bizsugar community.

Val



Written by erikemanuelli
470 days ago

Thanks for sharing your experience, Val.

Your comment is much appreciated! :-)



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