1 edition of Four-day workweek: fad or future? found in the catalog.
Four-day workweek: fad or future?
by Graduate School of Business, University of Pittsburgh in [Pittsburgh
Written in English
|Statement||Edited by: James A. Wilson, with the assistance of William C. Byham.|
|Contributions||Wilson, James Albert, 1928-, University of Pittsburgh. Graduate School of Business.|
|LC Classifications||HD5124 .F66|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||125|
Tim Ferriss was thirty years old in when he published The 4-Hour Workweek: Escape , Live Anywhere, and Join the New , a decade later, the book has sold over a million copies and catapulted Ferriss from mere Ivy-educated tech entrepreneur to chart-topping life-hack guru and Silicon Valley angel investor. Berlin-based project management software company Planio introduced a four-day workweek in for its member staff, while the New York-based ad agency Grey New York, allows its employees four Author: Gayatri Vinayak.
The Four-Day Workweek by Robert Grosse Get The Four-Day Workweek now with O’Reilly online learning. O’Reilly members experience live online training, plus books, videos, and digital content from + publishers. Essays about the fantasy of a four-day, hour workweek seem to follow a certain formula: Start with an eminent thinker’s starry-eyed prediction of .
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Few employees would object to working less, but would a four-day workweek work for your company. A shorter workweek has long been assumed to be the future of employment, as technology, with its increased efficiencies, seemed to hold the promise of more leisure time without sacrificing productivity.
But, two decades into the 21st century, the. The Four-Day Workweek has been added to your Cart Add to Cart. Buy Now See all 4 Profitability and Well-being, and Create a Sustainable Future Andrew Barnes. out of 5 stars 5.
Kindle Edition. $ The 4-Hour Workweek: EscapeLive Anywhere, and Join the New Rich (Expanded and Updated)/5(3). Four-day workweek: fad or future. [Pittsburgh, Graduate School of Business, University of Pittsburgh, ] (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: James Albert Wilson; University of Pittsburgh.
Graduate School of. Big Idea of the New Decade: 4 Day Week Phenomenon Told in New Book Andrew Barnes presents a radical, convincing case for a sustainable, profitable future in which we work less, but are more productive, engaged and satisfied.
T he future means working is the new common sense that has emerged in Britain and across the globe in recent years. We’ve seen a flurry of books pushing for a shorter working week Author: Will Stronge.
Getty. The drumbeat for a four-day workweek is getting louder. Microsoft Japan tried it and says productivity rose by 40% and electricity costs fell by 23%. It won’t happen, and you only need to look at the science behind a recent management fad, the 4-day workweek, to understand why.
The concept of squeezing the traditional five days of work into four hour days has been highlighted in the New York Times and CNBC, and met with fawning commentary on LinkedIn. TIMOTHY FERRISS is a serial entrepreneur, #1 New York Times bestselling author, and angel investor/advisor (Facebook, Twitter, Evernote, Uber, and 20+ more).
Best known for his rapid-learning techniques, Tim's books -- The 4-Hour Workweek, The 4-Hour Body, and The 4-Hour Chef -- have been published in 30+ languages. The 4-Hour Workweek has spent seven years Cited by: The reasons that a four-day workweek hasn’t yet taken hold are varied, Mr.
Grant and others argue. Some barriers are institutional and some are cultural. And then there’s the most human reason. We're pleased to bring you our 8th Northern Ireland Talent Development & Retention Forum themed 'The Four Day Week - Fad or Future of Work?' ‘The Brits are only productive for hours a day.’ This was the striking statement New Zealand based ‘Perpetual Guardian’ founder, Andrew Barnes, encountered in an Economist article when he came up with the idea of.
As economic damage grows, a four-day workweek might help some companies survive, says Andrew Barnes, the CEO of Perpetual Guardian.
“Many businesses are considering or implementing reduced hours Author: Adele Peters. It explains how a four-day workweek would be implemented. The book projects the workweek and the workplace into the future, considering arrangements such as working from home, having a flexible schedule, shifting more to contract work.
This provocative book makes a compelling case for reducing the number of workdays in a week to four. Globalization has brought with it fiercer competition and greater worker mobility, and - Selection from The Four-Day Workweek [Book]. The book explores the possibility of moving the standard US workweek from its current level of 40 hours per week in five days to a new level of 32 hours per week in four days.
It looks at a range of empirical examples, from the four-day, hour compressed workweek that was implemented in quite a few companies in the s, as well as in cases. Why the 4-day workweek might be closer than you think — and the 10 careers best suited to it. "The four-day workweek is a perfect example of that." Subscribe to CNBC Make It on YouTube.
In The 4 Day Week, Andrew Barnes presents a radical, convincing case for a sustainable, profitable future in which we work less, but are more productive, engaged and satisfied. He argues that the five-day working week is outdated and no longer fit for purpose in a hyper-connected era. With the four-day week, Barnes says we can have the best of all worlds:.
The Four-Day Workweek (New York: American Management Association, ). Google Scholar; Wilson J. “ Some Philosophic and Social Implications of the Flexible Workweek,” in Wilson J. (Eds.), The Four Day Workweek: Fad or Future?Cited by: 8.
The Four-Day Week (New York: American Management Association, ). Google Scholar; Wilson J. A., Seltzer J. “ Some Philosophical and Sociological Implications of the Flexible Work Week,” Proceedings of Four-Day Week—Fad or Future Conference University of Pittsburgh, Graduate School, Google ScholarCited by: America, on the other hand, works more than any other developed country with an average of 47 hours a week, according to a Gallup poll.
1 in 5 American workers work through their lunch, while. The Four-Day Work Week Is The Future Of Work. While we live in a world that is moving ever faster and in which we consume ever more, the four-day work week clearly represents the future of the Author: Sylvain Saurel.
The Four-Day Workweek, David M. Maklan, (ISBN ) sounds a little like your of print, but try Alibris or it's a pricey hardcover, not a paperback. I wonder if it was The Four Day Week in Your Future by John G. Kamin, from ? posted by dhartung at PM on Septem Implementing a Four-day Workweek.
The key to making this work, says Barnes, is to not implement schedule or process changes from the top down. "You have to give it to the staff," says Barnes, whose book "The 4 Day Week: How the Flexible Work Revolution Can Increase Productivity, Profitability and Wellbeing, and Create a Sustainable Future" is coming Author: Dave Roos.
The key to creating your own four-day workweek is to stick to the tasks and results that matter to the company and your career. If you can .