To Do or Too Due? Getting the Most out of Personal Productivity Tools

Posted November 3, 2009 in Cutter Business Technology Journal

In my article in the July 2009 Cutter Benchmark Review (see "Looking at Personal Productivity Tools and Systems,"Vol. 9, No. 7), I wanted to identify some of the tools, techniques, attitudes, and environmental factors that could use a tune-up so that people could continue to get the job done but in a way that lets them go home at the end of the day without work lurking behind them.

About The Author
Joseph Feller
Dr. Joseph Feller is a Senior Consultant with Cutter's Data Analytics & Digital Technologies practice, and served as Editor of Cutter Benchmark Review. He is Professor at the University College Cork (UCC), where he coordinates the PhD program in business information systems, supervises postgraduate and postdoctoral researchers, and conducts research. Prior to joining UCC, Dr. Feller taught at the Ringling College of Art and Design. His… Read More
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