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John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration
JULY 5, 2009
Of course, this also raises many issues, including: people, especially in high-performance cultures, tend to overextend themselves; people tend to pick project that interest them, but that may not add the most value to the organization; and people tend to be social and so will gravitate towards the same projects, thus contributing to project inefficiency. So, a really big question for me is around corporate vision and culture – what does the organization value as “productive” time?