Multitasking: A yearly $450 billion productivity drain?
from Material Handling & Logistics
Multitasking, a practice most app-minded consumers like to brag about, actually costs the global economy more than $450 billion in lost productivity, according to a report from Realization, providers of flow-based planning and execution systems. The report, "The Effects of Multitasking on Organizations," states that people who attempt to multitask suffer a wide array of negative effects, from wasting 40 percent of their productive time switching tasks to experiencing a heightened susceptibility to distraction.
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