Clocking In | Business Strategy Review
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×
 

Clocking In | Business Strategy Review

on

  • 1,925 views

How do business leaders spend their working days? ...

How do business leaders spend their working days?

This was first published in Business Strategy Review, Volume 22, Issue 4 - 2011. Subscribe today to receive your quarterly copy delivered to your home or work place. http://bit.ly/BSR-subscribe

Statistics

Views

Total Views
1,925
Views on SlideShare
1,773
Embed Views
152

Actions

Likes
1
Downloads
10
Comments
0

5 Embeds 152

http://humanrevod.wordpress.com 117
https://humanrevod.wordpress.com 25
https://twitter.com 6
https://www.linkedin.com 3
http://www.slideee.com 1

Accessibility

Categories

Upload Details

Uploaded via as Adobe PDF

Usage Rights

© All Rights Reserved

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
Post Comment
Edit your comment

Clocking In | Business Strategy Review Clocking In | Business Strategy Review Presentation Transcript

  • © Copyright 2014 London Business School Clocking in Meetings, emails, thinking? How do business leaders spend their working days?
  • BUSINESS STRATEGY REVIEW 2 CEO time 60% of CEO time is taken up by meetings; CEOs spend 25% of their time on phone calls and at public events; only 15% of CEO time is spent working alone. bnet.com 60% 15%25%
  • BUSINESS STRATEGY REVIEW 3 Work-related 56% of managers visit work-related websites during their free time and 30% read work-related books. Chartered Management Institute 56% 30% View slide
  • BUSINESS STRATEGY REVIEW 4 Time with others CEOs spend the majority of their time with other people (83%). Of these, most are employees of the same firm, but many are not. On average, CEOs spend 42% of their time with insiders only, 25% with both insiders and outsiders and 16% with outsiders alone. hbs.edu 42% INSIDERSONLY 0% 100%50% 25% BOTHINSIDERS ANDOUTSIDERS 0% 100%50% 16% OUTSIDERS ALONE 0% 100%50% 12 TIMESPENTWITHOTHERS 83% View slide
  • BUSINESS STRATEGY REVIEW 5 Workouts 85% of CEOs say they exercise daily. 70% begin their day with a workout of some kind while 15% exercise between meetings or during a lunch hour. Yahoo!Finance 70% 15%
  • BUSINESS STRATEGY REVIEW 6 Unpaid work Managers spend an average of 2.5 hours a week doing unpaid research in their own time. randstad.co.uk 12
  • BUSINESS STRATEGY REVIEW 7 Lunch breaks Executives take an average lunch break of 35 minutes, though they also work through lunch three days a week. keyorganization.com 12
  • BUSINESS STRATEGY REVIEW 8 Information searches Managers spend up to two hours a day searching for information; yet the same managers felt half the information they found to be useless. academic-journal.org 12
  • BUSINESS STRATEGY REVIEW 9 Industry breakdown Across industries, managers spend 30% to 60% of their time on administrative work and meetings and 10% to 50% on non-managerial tasks (travelling, participating in training, taking breaks, conducting special projects or undertaking direct customer service or sales themselves). They spend only 10% to 40% actually managing employees by, for example, coaching them directly. forbes.com ADMINISTRATIVE WORK NON -MANAGERIAL TASKS MANAGING EMPLO YEES 30% 60%60% 10% 550% 10% 40%
  • BUSINESS STRATEGY REVIEW 10 Twitter Just 5% of Fortune 500 CEOs have Twitter accounts. Only 50% of the accounts are active. personneltoday.com 550% ACTIVEACCOUNTS 0% 100%50% 5%
  • BUSINESS STRATEGY REVIEW 11 Paperwork On average, paperwork and related tasks consume 11.6 hours per week of a manager’s time, with senior managers both spending more time on these tasks and finding it more disruptive than middle managers. getmoredone.com 12 12 12 12 12 12 12
  • This was first published as part of the ‘What a day looks like’ special report, Business Strategy Review Volume 22 Issue 4 2011 Visit our website www.london.edu/bsr