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6 productivity rules by Elon Musk

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6 productivity rules by Elon Musk

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Elon Musk is known for his emails to his staff. In one such email to Twitter employees, he outlines his six rules for workplace productivity. This email offered some on-point productivity ideas, including skipping unnecessary meetings and not using jargon at work. The employee's career advancement is also explained in this email.

According to the reports, he has earlier sent the same email to the employees at Tesla and SpaceX also. And why should he not if it's relevant?

- What do you think of these productivity rules?
- Can you relate to any?

Elon Musk is known for his emails to his staff. In one such email to Twitter employees, he outlines his six rules for workplace productivity. This email offered some on-point productivity ideas, including skipping unnecessary meetings and not using jargon at work. The employee's career advancement is also explained in this email.

According to the reports, he has earlier sent the same email to the employees at Tesla and SpaceX also. And why should he not if it's relevant?

- What do you think of these productivity rules?
- Can you relate to any?

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6 productivity rules by Elon Musk

  1. 1. @arpit_apoorva 6 productivity rules by Elon Musk
  2. 2. @arpit_apoorva 1) Avoid multiple meetings • Excessive meetings are the blight of big companies and almost always get worse over time. “Please get of all large meetings, unless you’re certain they are providing value, in which case keep them very short.”
  3. 3. @arpit_apoorva 2) Avoid frequent meetings • Get rid of frequent meetings, unless you are dealing with an extremely urgent matter. “Meeting frequency should drop rapidly once the urgent matter is resolved.”
  4. 4. @arpit_apoorva 3) Leave the meetings • Walk out of a meeting or drop off a call as soon as it is obvious you aren’t adding value. “It’s not rude to leave, it is rude to make someone stay and waste their time.”
  5. 5. @arpit_apoorva 4) Don’t use acronyms In general, anything that requires an explanation inhibits communication. “We don’t want people to have to memorize a glossary just to function.”
  6. 6. @arpit_apoorva 5) Faster communication Communication should travel via the shortest path necessary to get the job done, not through the chain of command. “Any manager who attempts to enforce chain of command communication will soon find themselves working elsewhere.”
  7. 7. @arpit_apoorva 6) Change the rules If following a “company rule” is obviously ridiculous in a particular situation, such that it would make for a great Dilbert cartoon, then the rule should change. “In general, always pick common sense as your guide.”
  8. 8. @arpit_apoorva “When something is important enough, you do it even if the odds are not in your favor.”

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