Ask any successful business or individual out there, and I’m sure they will tell you higher levels of productivity are a crucial aspect in ensuring revenue growth and achieving success.
In fact, many individuals and corporations willingly invest large sums of money and effort in order to improve in this area. Higher levels of productivity in individuals (whether as part of an organization or alone) help to bring them closer to their success targets within a shorter time period, and prevent needless wastage of time, money, and effort.
The dictionary defines productivity as “the quality, state, or fact of being able to generate, create, enhance, or bring forth goods and services“. To explain it simply on a more individual level – it is just how much one can get done in a set period of time.
And when productivity is mentioned, time management is usually also brought up; they go hand in hand. Both are strongly correlated – higher levels of productivity are usually the result of better time management.