- 02 May 2017
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Employee burnout is a misnomer, according to Bain partner Eric Garton, because it is not usually the fault of the employee, but the fault of their employer. Writing in The Harvard Business Review, Garton says: “When we looked inside companies with high burnout rates, we saw three common culprits: excessive collaboration, weak time management disciplines, and a tendency to overload the most capable with too much work.” He argues organisations have “too many decision makers and too many decision-making nodes,” and that multi-tasking is too exhausting and counter-productive. Garton is the author of the recently published book, Time, Talent, Energy. He has worked at Bain for the last 20 years, completing numerous organisational design and cost transformation programmes.
Source : www.businessgrapevine.co
Peter Crush for Consultor.news