Can Time Tracking Tools Measure Productivity

I spent 30 days finding out

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In our quest to churn out most amount of usable work in the shortest amount of time possible, we’ve lost sight of how productivity is measured.

I recently spent a month trying to determine my input vs. output ratio. I prayed for new findings of uncommon interruptions of workflow, or a-ha moments that lead to…

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