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Fixing business’ relationship with time
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Hours in the day
The global overwork crisis is hurting mental health, physical well-being, productivity, and the bottom line.
But it doesn’t have to be this way.
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Checking the clock
Business leaders can combat overwork by resetting their relationship with time. But they’ll have to adopt a new perspective.
Grand Seiko’s engineers take their time cues from the Japanese tradition of takumis, or master craftspeople, who focus their energy on:
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Right on time
By rejecting hustle culture, Grand Seiko has created the most accurate timepieces in the world. Likewise, Western leaders can accomplish the extraordinary once they begin fixing business’ broken clock culture.
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