Working Smarter vs. Working Harder LO30161

From: Jeff Miller (
Date: 05/07/03

Greetings Colleagues:

I'm in need of a good article or two that does a nice job of illustrating
the concept of working harder vs. working smarter. Without bogging you
down with too much detail, I'm currently working with a group that thinks
pushing an already maxxed out staff will bring a windfall of results...
(sound familiar?).

I can see what's happening, but I'm struggling to successfully communicate
this to the "overseers" just how counter-productive this approach is.

So, I welcome in advance any suggestions or leads you can send my way. I'm
sure there's a dynamite metaphor out there that I've just not found yet.

Kind regards.... /jeff miller

Jeff Miller, Ph.D. office: 317-733-8635
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