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Why You Should Replace Multitasking With Smart Tasking

The first time I heard that multitasking is “so last century” I was shocked.

“Ability to multitask” was a huge thing not that long ago, and even had a prominent place on many CVs.

Alas, it turns out that the great multitasking, the skill of the chosen and the favourites, is actually a counterproductive practice that costs companies and businesses as much as 20% to 40% in term of potential efficiency. Trying to do more than one thing at a time often means that none of them is done with as much efficiency, precision and completeness as you are capable of. Read more…