We may embrace digital tools as the future of business, but our civilization still makes do with unevolved paper-based materials in the modern office. Have you ever been tempted to gather up every meeting flip chart paper and burn it in protest to this unevolved age of limited productivity? Me too.
Royston Birtwistle’s uncovered more unevolved productivity
Continuing with his investigation, Royston Birtwistle has discovered that paper is not the best way to share information for the betterment of the species.
Watch Royston’s fascinating second field study as he examines what happens when the modern worker tries to share his flip chart notes with the ‘herd.’ If you haven’t seen his first field study, exploring the modern worker vs the dry-erase board, you can view it here.
What would Royston Birtwistle uncover in your paper-centric meeting room? How could SMART kapp evolve your productivity? Share your comments here.
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