An interesting article from Business Insider
Top executives are known to, and are often expected to work incredible hours. They wake up incredibly early, stay late, and work weekends.
However, a new McKinsey study finds that only 9 percent are very satisfied with how they use that time, about a third are “actively dissatisfied,” and almost half feel that they don’t spend enough time focusing on the strategic direction of their company.
According to the report, this makes a very important problem clear. Time management isn’t entirely a personal problem, it’s an organization wide problem. And it’s one that can’t be solved by adding more hours to the workday.