How can you tell whether you are pushing your employees too much -- that they never have a moment to think outside the box, create new breakthroughs or even look for new opportunities to help grow your business?
Think there's an easy solution? Guess again.
The answer isn't a simple "yes" or "no." While Kreider argues that we need a bout of idleness to get inspired and work more effectively, there is evidence that workers benefit from busyness.Susan David at the HBR Blog Network addresses this compelling topic and more in "Is Busyness Bad For Business?" Take the time to read the reader's comments.
My tip for today is: "Be idle. Get inspired!