Counterproductive (PDF)


  • Hardcover
  • 216
  • Counterproductive
  • Melissa Gregg
  • en
  • 06 August 2020
  • 9781478000716

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Counterproductive review ☆ 3 Software Gregg shows how a focus on productivity isolates workers from one another and erases their collective efforts to define work limits uestioning our faith in productivity as the ultimate measure of success Gregg's novel analysis conveys the futility pointlessness and danger of seeking time management as a salve for the always on workplace. Insightful and educational although kinder to the gig economy than I tend to be Loved the critiue of mindfulness as an industry in tech and the acknowledgement of shifting work and timelines to others as a productivity privilege

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Counterproductive review ☆ 3 As online distractions increasingly colonize our time why has productivity become such a vital demonstration of personal and professional competence When corporate profits are soaring but worker salaries remain stagnant how does technology exacerbate the demand for ever greater productivity In Counterproductive Melissa Gregg explores how product. A fascinating and necessary counterpoint to the cult of productivity that convinced many of us who came of age during the rise of the blogosphere not just that a worker s output euals their human worth but that the morally necessary project of self improvement reuires a singleminded focus on efficiency of work over the work itself

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Counterproductive review ☆ 3 Ivity emerged as a way of thinking about job performance at the turn of the last century and why it remains prominent in the different work worlds of today Examining historical and archival material alongside popular self help genres from housekeeping manuals to bootstrapping business gurus and the growing interest in productivity and mindfulness. A good historical overview of how we have thought about time management and productivity in the past century in this country and how these concepts of productivity have served to isolate and hinder us and and a very thoughtful treatise on what work means in today s world and how our concept and implementation of work might evolve in the future Fascinating


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  1. says: Counterproductive (PDF)

    Counterproductive (PDF) A fascinating and necessary counterpoint to the cult of productivity that convinced many of us who came of age during the rise of the blogosphere not just that a worker’s output euals their human worth but that the morally necessary projec

  2. says: Counterproductive (PDF)

    Counterproductive (PDF) download ↠ eBook or Kindle ePUB Â Melissa Gregg A good historical overview of how we have thought about time management and productivity in the past century in this country and how these concepts of productivity have served to isolate and hinder us and and a very thoughtful treatise on what work means in today's world and how our concept and implementation of work might evolve in the future Fascinating

  3. says: Counterproductive (PDF)

    Melissa Gregg  3 free read Counterproductive (PDF) Insightful and educational although kinder to the gig economy than I tend to be Loved the critiue of mindfulness as an industry in tech and the acknowledgement of shifting work and timelines to others as a productivity privilege

  4. says: Counterproductive (PDF) Melissa Gregg  3 free read download ↠ eBook or Kindle ePUB  Melissa Gregg

    summary Counterproductive Counterproductive (PDF) Melissa Gregg  3 free read Loved this Really digging the examination of time management from a feminist perspective

  5. says: summary Counterproductive Melissa Gregg  3 free read download ↠ eBook or Kindle ePUB  Melissa Gregg

    Counterproductive (PDF) This was interesting A bit dry but with some helpful thoughts about the culture of productivity in the workplace

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