Barbara A. Manko


Achieving the ideal balance between the optimal, most efficient productivity of a company and the best employee satisfaction ratings one can produce is the paragon of the technology-utilizing, smooth-running, sustainable business model that all chief executives dream of. This is only achievable through a pragmatic, scientific analysis on qualitative and quantitative levels. A thorough assessment of employee-technology relationships can be determined and necessary changes are made, all specifically targeted at survey and interview results recorded by an unbiased external source. A careful strategy to hone a systematic plan focused on furthering the balance of human contentment and technological function is the ultimate goal.

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