Making sense of knowledge worker productivity

By John Blackwell

Edition 8 - Winter 2016 Pages 20-25

Tags: flexible working • HR • productivity

Just as there was a revolution in the 13th Century when an obscure German blacksmith Johannes Gutenberg created the first printing press which led wide-spread access to the written word and rapid transferred power from the monarchies, ruling political elite and religious authorities to the masses, there has been a similar shifting in workplaces over the last decade. The creativity and inventiveness of Herr Gutenberg permanently altered the structure of society and led to the unrestricted circulation of information.

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