Maximized productivity is one of the most desired, yet difficult tasks to master. If you’re overwhelmed with the number of tasks you’re responsible for and are losing control as a result, you’re not alone. “As many as 1 in 5 adults might be procrastinators,” says Larry Kim in a contribution to Inc. “…Whether your tendency to put things off is driven by anxiety, fear, or some other demotivator, it can be remedied.” While you may be quick to blame a lag in productivity on inefficient processes and organizational structure, there’s a misconception that motivation is purely defined by these factors alone. To maximize productivity in your workforce, human resources must focus on cultivating a culture of productivity.
In an article featured in Information Week entitled “Why You Need A SaaS Strategy,” Michael Biddick writes: “Amid the lofty aspirations, few have noticed just how powerful and grounded a force software as a service has become. The impact that SaaS will have on [today’s] organizations is profound, and as business technology leaders, we need to ensure that our companies are ready for it.” As a human resources manager, you may already be using a SaaS-based architecture in some way, such as payroll administration, but did you know that there are a variety of ways to leverage a platform to grow your business?
Topics: Growing HR Leadership