Productivity: The Key to Organizational Success


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Productivity: The Key to Organizational Success

  1. 1. The Key to Organizational Success By Muhammad Bilal
  2. 2. Elements• Following are the elements of Productivity for better organizational growth & Success1. Time Management2. Motivation3. Planning4. Collaboration5. Discussion6. Manage Multitasking7. Learning (Skill Enhancement)
  3. 3. Time Management• Time = Money so Poor time management = COST• Set a Schedule & try to follow it strictly• Balance your priorities• Learn How to Handle interruptions• Focus on tasks and goals• Effectively Use the available technologies
  4. 4. Motivation• You must know what you are doing and enjoy doing it• Stay positive and stay out of stress• Set mini-goals and log them• Reward yourself for your achievements• Have someone in your team as a backup and share your plans• Stay inspired from your seniors in team or in your filed
  5. 5. Planning• Always make a work plan before staring work on any project• Sharing the plan with the management increase the confidence level of employee and employer both• Use available tools and technologies for better planning• Focus on quality, time saving, and strategy• Always do some research before making decisions in your plans
  6. 6. Collaboration• Collaboration among the employees is as important as other keys of organizational success• Mutual Trust - Mutual Respect - Mutual Participation are three core values of collaboration• Give your best and share your knowledge, wisdom and interests, Start with understanding• For best performance Communicate, coordinate, and cooperate• Collaboration starts with answering what and why
  7. 7. Discussion• Always discuss, problems, plans, goals, and strategies• When we put our thoughts into words, we clarify what these thoughts are and we think purposefully. When we discuss things with other people, we meet other points of view and other ways of doing things.• WHY DISCUSS:1. To define the purpose of the activity!2. To invite opinions or views about the topic!3. To question the topic, and to encourage learners to check their own understanding!4. To clarify the topic or problem and to help learners say what they mean clearly!5. To check understanding of the whole topic!6. To develop strategies and tactics!7. To evaluate outcomes!8. To review the whole process!
  8. 8. Multitasking• Time spent on switching from one task to another is a waste of time.• Each task may demand more time to be completed when multitasking, rather than completing one task at a time.• You get tired quicker. Unfocused attention takes more energy, therefore making it harder for you to concentrate.• Missed deadlines and incomplete tasks.• Tasks begin to overflow as your new tasks start pilling on top of your older incomplete tasks.• You can’t get rid of multitasking. It’s a natural part of work and life. You only need to know how to handle it. If you know how to walk and eat, you will surely be able to cope with multitasking. So Learn: how you can better handle multiple tasks?
  9. 9. Learning (Skill Enhancement)• Grab every single opportunity to upgrade your skills• Focus on your field of interest• Keep doing what you know “How to do”• Try and test the related learning resources in your free time• Ask your management for refresher courses and learning resources• Share your skills and knowledge with your team-mates to learn from them• Transfer your knowledge to new comers and help them in their goals and growth
  10. 10. Thank You