If You’re Not Collecting Productivity Data, You’ll Never Succeed at Work

If You’re Not Collecting Productivity Data, You’ll Never Succeed at Work

By Fouad Bendris

Counting calories and steps may be terrific for improving personal health. But what counts most in promoting professional success? Quantifying the “business self” is an essential precursor for enterprise networks that empower people to manage their strengths and weaknesses better, faster, and cheaper.

The personal productivity future is clear: Anybody and everybody who wants to succeed in tomorrow’s 21st Century organizations will have to commit to levels of self-monitoring, self-surveillance, and self-quantification that makes Orwell read like Pollyanna. The reason isn’t post-industrial intrusiveness or invasiveness but an imperative for professional self-preservation and self-improvement …

Fouad Bendris’s insight:
It’s central to self-improvement !

Don’t think Big Brother, think Big Data-Driven Coach ;()

Source:: Strategy & Governance

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