'How to Do More with Less' Week, Part Two: The Human Factor

In the second of this week's themed videos, we hear our roundtable panellists' views on one of the trickiest aspects of the How to Do More With Less agenda: people.

by Andrew Saunders
Last Updated: 15 Feb 2011

Because while it may be one thing to sit down with your trusty calculator and back-of-envelope to work out how the business can do more with less in theory, it’s quite another to persuade your teams that it’s in their best interests to put the idea into practice.  

How do you spread the word, incentivise effectively and keep morale up, all at the same time as saving money and boosting output? It’s a poser - but today’s video hints and tips from our top-notch panel of bosses, entrepreneurs and experts should give you plenty of food for thought.

- See the video at microsoft.managementtoday.com

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