Cutting Corners Can Be Productive

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Shortcuts don’t have to be taboo in the workplace. Learning shortcuts can help you work more effectively and avoid duplicating processes. Shortcuts can also help you prioritize projects and create more autonomy. In this issue of Executive Edge, we look at how cutting corners can lead to productivity for yourself and your teams. Topics include saving time, effort and expense, acknowledging problems, being your best using mindfulness, and creating new experiences and motives.

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