Productivity (part 1): factors to work efficiently von Michael Schmitz

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Über den Vortrag

Der Vortrag „Productivity (part 1): factors to work efficiently“ von Michael Schmitz ist Bestandteil des Kurses „Success factors at work“. Der Vortrag ist dabei in folgende Kapitel unterteilt:

  • Effective > Efficient
  • Productivity enables opportunities
  • Goal setting: Happiness
  • Self-Management
  • Brains are expensive
  • Rider or Elephant
  • Why do we procrastinate?
  • The perfect task: Unstoppable!
  • Flow

Quiz zum Vortrag

  1. Effectiveness
  2. Efficiency
  3. Results
  4. Performance
  1. transferable skills are more important than technical skills because they help us to go up in terms of management.
  2. technical skills are more important than transferable skills because they help us to go up in terms of management.
  3. neither technical nor transferable skills are important.
  4. transferable skills are more important than technical skills because they help us to stay in a certain line.
  1. our brain tries to keep us from unrewarding or dangerous tasks.
  2. we are too lazy to work.
  3. it is difficult to get started when we are tired.
  4. our brain tries to keep us away from rewarding tasks.
  1. The task has to be performed perfectly.
  2. Somebody else judges the result
  3. Deadlines are not set or can be moved.
  4. The working steps are defined.
  5. The criteria for final judgment are clear.
  1. You judge the results.
  2. It is enough to simply start the task
  3. The deadline is immovable.
  4. You do not need to complete the task right now.
  5. You do not identify the most important steps.
  1. When we work in a group.
  2. When we work alone on something simple, but slightly boring.
  3. When we work alone and are tired. The task is not dangerous, but slightly boring.
  4. When we work alone, are healthy and motivated. The task is slightly unrewarding.
  1. It takes 15 minutes on average to reach that state. The factors are: a state of focus and immersion in task at hand; relevant brain parts active; no pressing bodily needs or interrupts.
  2. It takes 10 minutes on average to reach that state. The factors are: a state of focus and immersion in task at hand; relevant brain parts active; no pressing bodily needs or interrupts.
  3. It takes 15 minutes on average to reach that state. The factors are: a state of focus and immersion in task at hand; relevant brain parts inactive; no pressing bodily needs or interrupts.
  4. It takes 10 minutes on average to reach that state. The factors are: a state of focus and immersion in task at hand; relevant brain parts inactive; no pressing bodily needs or interrupts.
  1. Multitasking
  2. Working alone in silence
  3. Creating draft papers together
  4. Meetings without agenda

Dozent des Vortrages Productivity (part 1): factors to work efficiently

 Michael Schmitz

Michael Schmitz

Michael Schmitz ist der Gründer von Artefact Consulting und führt Trainings für Universitäten und Firmen weltweit durch. Neben seiner Tätigkeit als Trainer und Dozent ist er Buchautor von "Elitestudent - Wie werde ich besser als der Durchschnitt" und Geschäftsführer eines Netzwerks für Elitestudenten (Elitestudent-Deutschland.de). Vor seiner Selbstständigkeit hat er für die Deutsche Bank in Frankfurt und London gearbeitet und war mit globalen Managementaufgaben und Bankenintegrationsprojekten beschäftigt. Michael Schmitz schloss seine Studien an der Rotterdam School of Management und der Norwegian School of Economics and Business Administration in Bergen mit einem Master of Science in International Management und einem weiteren Master, dem CEMS Master in International Management, ab. Er hat einen Bachelor of Science in International Business von der Universität Maastricht und der BI Norwegian School of Management in Oslo.

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