How Much Money Do You Waste Every Day?


There are days when we are met with problems that refuse to go away. At times, it seems that these problems just get worse the harder we try to solve them. In the office, these persistent problems come in the form of people problems - interpersonal conflict, miscommunication, poor decision-making, poor customer handling, and more. To deal with these, we end up wasting massive amounts of money, time, energy, and resources. The actual cost of these problems is very troubling. Look at the results of a study conducted by the Harvard Business Review with 83 executives (70 percent male; 87 percent with more than ten years of work experience, with 45 percent having ten years or more senior management roles).

In the course of a day, the executives estimated wasting an average of $7,227.07 per line item per day, for a total of $144,541.30 per day. That’s an astounding $52,757,574 of lost value and potential per year per organization on people problems.

What now?

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