Are you really more productive on a mobile device?


This week for my mobile-only post I pose the question – do mobile devices really make us more productive? What do you think – do you spend more time on the same amount of tasks because you don’t have pressure to have to complete them during the work day? Do you spend more time on personal tasks when you could be doing work ones? Check out the latest post – The Mobile Productivity Plateau on the Enterprise Mobility Forum and let me know if  you agree!

Benjamin Robbins is a Principal at Palador, a consulting firm that focuses on providing strategic guidance to enterprises in the areas of mobile strategy, policy, apps, and data. You can follow him on Twitter or connect on LinkedIn.

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2 responses to “Are you really more productive on a mobile device?

  1. I guess the question is whether being tethered/connected all of the time equals productivity. Productivity is getting more done, more efficiently. This is a great thing to think about. I worry that for me, my smart devices don’t equal more productivity – that, in fact, they distract me from staying focused.

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