More pressure for more productivity?
|Does pressure at the workplace really increase Productivity?|
I think NO, it doesn�t increase Productivity.
I work as a sw programmer and I work better when I feel calm and relaxed.
I don\'t understand why a very common practise today is trying to keep your employees or coworkers under pressure, everytime even if there�s no real need for that. Usually they think that it will ensure that everyone is productive.
I think that it becomes a game where anyone takes care only of his/her personal gain and that affects the benefits of being a team.
Calm down, man...
|I don't agree, in my personal case the rule is "no pressure no work".|
If you feel too relaxed you will work only if you really like what you're doing. And that happens very few times...
|I can't figure out a workplace without pressure on employees.|
I don't like it but I think I need it :-(
|A stressful workplace seems to be a productive place, everyone looks to be very busy and well, in many cases it could be so. For sure it is not a VERY productive place. It's pointless trying always to increase pressure on your co-workers. In many workplaces they believe it speeds up your motivation. |
I think the best performance is achieved when there's a mixture of the pressure coming from outside, from the customers, etc. and a quiet, friendly environment you create among your colleagues.
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