Monday, 14 November 2011

The Difference Between Efficiency And Effectiveness

According to Thomas K. Connellan, “Efficiency is doing things right, Effectiveness is doing the right things”. This implies that you can be efficient and not effective. How well do you use your time? You should understand that there is no point doing well in things that you shouldn’t have done at all.

According to Associated press, “Dull people may not be the first invited to parties, but they are usually the first in line for career promotion”. According to a research team at a medical college in Chicago, The team made a study of eighty-eight executives and found that those people with a “low pleasure capacity” make the most successful executives. This is because they can concentrate on their work without being distracted. Executives who are categorized as “fun seeking” tended to have lower salaries.

This do not mean that having fun is bad. Just to implore you to take your job seriously.

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