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Expertise, collaboration and accountability matter.
Everyone contributes.
Each employee brings talent, know how and energy.
They stretch, endure, and grow - and in that process become better
with each new challenge.


The rapid shift to information-centered jobs has created a renewed focus on productivity. Businesses need workers who can produce more, faster, smarter, better products and services with fewer resources. Major obstacles to increased productivity work against this goal.


These top three business and organizational processes are wasteful, poorly managed and broken.

Each year, the average employee:

• Processes 30,000 emails

• Attends over 700 hours of meetings

• Struggles to find 5,000 digital documents.


Becoming more productive means, in part, managing time better. Traditional time management techniques simply fall short in today’s tech-driven world. What may have worked before can’t keep up with the non-stop, 24/7 avalanche of digital information.

Fixing these broken processes helps employees regain and repurpose at least 15 lost business days annually.


Download PDF> Novartis Case Study: Get Control of Time Management

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