For a manager handling a set of team members, staggering of specific To-Dos and stacking them together makes it a focused task, and is done with efficiency.
Example: All one-on-one meetings can be stacked in a single day, while team meetings can be done on another day.
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The main objective is to save time and leave open days for deep work, where there are no meetings to attend and the tasks at hand can be focused on without official distractions.
As information moves slowly, one-on-one meetings help identify problems that can be resolved the next day during a team meeting. Senior management can take it up later in the week if required.
While employees are generally very positive on the benefits of flexible working, employers can be split, and potentially for good reason.
You need to balance these out.
Google searches for 'Diet', 'Gym' 'Quit smoking' and other common goals spike on a Monday.
On Monday we are slightly more self-aware and can envision the bigger picture of our ongoing lives.
We're pretty bad at estimating how much time a task will take, even if we’ve done that task before.
When you’re trying to implement the 2-minute rule, you might find yourself spending hours on that “easy” email you wanted to write.