A good friend of mine, Gerrit, discovered the Slow Movement – which had its origin in 1980s in Milan as the Slow Food Movement. When it started it had a focus on enjoying superb wines and food in the company of great friends. Savour the moment. Nowadays the movement covers slow food, slow travel, slow technology, slow parenting and a host of other “slows” including slow work.
My friend, a productivity expert, gives a new twist to what he paradoxically calls “slow productivity”. At some level he and I say the same things. read more »keywords: organisation, planning and execution, productivity, slow movement