Why women need an inefficiency drive at work to be successful

Efficiency is perhaps the word that best represents the way work early in this century. We began with an industrial revolution model and then added an extra layer of technology on top to create even greater levels of ‘efficiency’. We streamlined processes and production lines, hired ‘efficiency experts’ and analysed how we spent our time, down to the minute. Because in most cases we…

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A modern millennial guy with a cute little family. Located in Southern California. I like writing about fun topics that are interesting to learn about.

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