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We discovered that, for this year’s 40 Under 40, being more productive often means planning ahead and churning through tasks as quickly as possible—but also sometimes just shutting everything off and taking a break.17 extremely useful productivity tips from this year’s 40 Under 40|Maria Aspan|September 6, 2020|Fortune
They also overhauled their catching position with the addition of the productive Austin Nola from the Seattle Mariners and Jason Castro from the Los Angeles Angels.
The tragedies did lead to some new legislation and some more productive conversations with Cal Fire.They Know How to Prevent Megafires. Why Won’t Anybody Listen?|by Elizabeth Weil|August 28, 2020|ProPublica
For many companies, especially those in services and technology, remote work has not been the disaster they might have expected, as their workforces have proven surprisingly productive.I’m a physician and a CEO. Why I won’t bring my employees back to the office before Labor Day 2021|matthewheimer|August 26, 2020|Fortune
Such results could inform future efforts to make Holsteins hornless but no less productive.Biotechnology Could Change the Cattle Industry. Will It Succeed?|Dyllan Furness|August 16, 2020|Singularity Hub
“Small groups of like-minded Turkers [can] come together and start taking productive action,” Bernstein said.Amazon’s Turkers Kick Off the First Crowdsourced Labor Guild|Kevin Zawacki|December 3, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Remember—American workers work longer hours and are more productive today than they were in 1975.
Human rights groups, however, said the measures were “draconian” and counter-productive.
But today, many landfills are actually quite productive places.
Next, Borlaug helped develop more productive and drought-resistant strains of rice that became adapted widely in Asia.
Great as is the destruction of war, not even five years of it have broken the productive machine.
It may very well be that an eight-hour day will prove, presently if not immediately, to be more productive than one of ten.
A ten-hour day, speaking in general terms and leaving out individual exceptions, is probably more productive than a day of twelve.
An attempt to impose an imitation on a practised judge is always productive of an unpleasant result.Violins and Violin Makers|Joseph Pearce
An abundance of limestone makes the soil exceptionally fertile and productive.Hallowed Heritage: The Life of Virginia|Dorothy M. Torpey
British Dictionary definitions for productive
- producing or capable of producing goods and services that have monetary or exchange valueproductive assets
- of or relating to such productionthe productive processes of an industry