Olli Keskinen’s advice for a better working day: “Hosuma does not create good”


– Too long working days are a poison to productivity. We noticed it in the Kummeli group. As we boldly shortened our working day, productivity increased, says a person who speaks on the subject at work Olli Keskinen.

The hake years have been a lot of help. They taught optimism and a quick grip on things.

– In sketch production, the finished goods are counted in minutes. We found that if our goal was to get five minutes ready in a 10-hour workday, we only got three because at some point the outfit would squirm and start to tease. We reduced the workday to six hours and lowered the target to four minutes. Six hours was easier to manage than ten.

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Keep your rush away

Of course, not everyone can determine their own working hours, but according to Olli Keskinen, everyone can decide not to stretch it.

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– A super long working day does not mean that the work will be done somehow better than if it is done in the allotted time. In many cases, the opposite is true. Many suffer from a negative rush in which the throat is strangled and the stomach is squeezed, and there is no way to get to work in time. It is good to work in a relaxed atmosphere.

The Kummeli group tried to keep the atmosphere relaxed, because there is no good in the hosuma.

– Urgency is inherent in us, but you can learn to keep in a hurry by focusing on what you are doing. You can set aside your own moments from the workday to read and reply to e-mails and messages, as well as browse the news. They don’t have to be constant and distracting distraction. When you focus, things get done carefully.

The Kummeli group also had to learn that there are no more problems to deal with.

– It is always better to think about what I can do for you in these new circumstances.

Read more about Olli Keskinen’s health recognitions in issue 1/2022 of the Good Health magazine!

This article appeared in Good Health. As a subscriber, you can read all numbers free of charge from the digilehdet.fi service.


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