With knowledge work there’s always one more deal to close, one more customer to satisfy and one more report to be researched. And this–coupled with the trend to move from hours-based work to measuring productivity–can lead to burnout if leaders and managers underestimate how long tasks take.
In fact, a new survey finds that 62% of workers believe they are suffering from burnout.
Addressing the topic in an article on Forbes.com, Genesis10 CEO Harley Lippman says that most knowledge workers have a sense of self-motivation that causes them to “run hot,” adding that “they go the extra mile and sacrifice themselves to the task. Often, the internal pressure to excel and meet deadlines is stronger than the pressure coming from management or the client.”
Named one of the most influential leaders in the staffing industry by Staffing Industry Analysts (SIA), Harley Lippman is recognized in USA Today as one of the Best CEOs in the U.S. Genesis10 has earned national recognition as a top IT staffing firm from SIA, Gartner and Everest Group, and has received a Best Leadership Team award from Comparably.
Genesis10 CEO Harley Lippman on SAP Technology Trends, TechTarget The short answer to the question of whether or not SAP customers can still use ECC is yes, but with ramifications, said Harley Lippman, CEO and founder of Genesis10, in a TechTarget article. Read More