Huffington Post: “Agile Innovation for Jobs of The Future” (Mark quoted)

September 7, 2016

If we react to every single stimulus we receive, we will never get anything done.

For example, studies have indicated that on average three minutes pass by before an employee gets interrupted or switches to a new task. And usually after interruption it takes us around 23 minutes to get back to the state of flow and performance we had before the interruption.

Gloria Mark, professor at the University of California, Irvine elaborated on the aforementioned research results with the thought, ‘’We don’t have work days – we have work minutes that last all day.’’

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