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November 16, 2012

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Ryanjhunter

The next disruption is the anti-disruption. Focusing your employees in a sea of inconsequential distractions. #SeeTheFuture

Kaushik Ghosh

What struck me while reading that piece was another fact. Though 95% folks claim to be checking their smartphones before getting out of bed, in my experience I've found folks in office not having read some HR communication or even more BAU system reminders like doing their timesheets. So, now I wonder:

- People possibly should fully wake up before checking their smartphones, else a lot of information is possibly sticking to their sub conscious rather than their conscious!

- Maybe you should also ask them the question if their smartphones are smart enough to weed out messages and mails that they don't want to see first thing in the morning :)...oh but they simply said they check smartphones - didn't specify what they check, did they?!

Rahul Patwardhan

I think mobile workforce management is a great way to solve the problem. A cloud based solution which can be accessed from any device to manage the workforce can save time, improve internal communication & ultimately lead to improved productivity.

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