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October 19, 2010 / Raffy Pekson II

How Do IT Workers Become More Productive?

Photo-image by Baseline.com

The IT Job Board asked what makes for a productive IT employee, and what office environments minimize performance and effectiveness. Here is the result of their survey as reported in Baseline.

  1. 65.8 percent of IT workers feel a lack of clarity in project instructions is a major negative factor for productivity.
  2. 48.6 percent of IT workers say interruptions from colleagues has a negative effect on productivity.
  3. 51.4 percent of IT workers say that noisy offices have a negative effect on productivity.
  4. 60.4 percent of IT workers say working on their own increases their productivity.
  5. 60 percent of IT workers say being able to see progress by marking off tasks one by one makes them more productive.

To read 5 more results, visit Baseline and view their slides.

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