Microsoft's 4 day workweek led to 40% boost in productivity

Jerzy Rajkow-Krzywicki
Jerzy Rajkow-Krzywicki
Microsoft's 4 day workweek led to 40% boost in productivity

Productivity is not about working longer hours.

Productivity is not about working longer hours.

  • Last year, Microsoft made an experiment, they told in the office that the workweek would be 4 days - instead of 5. This office registered boosting the productivity of 40% - it seems crazy.
  • It is completely logical - we all work too many hours, but we are not productive. Shorter workweek allows us to rest. It makes us more creative, productive, and it lets us do more.
  • I hope that the Western world will discover that working long hours does not equal high productivity.
  • If you want to be more productive you should question opinions of others, and also be critical about what everybody else is doing - you are the one creating your life.

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