…then why don’t companies track it as closely as they track the dollars? That’s the intriguing question raised within this article.
It got me thinking about what some common activities within workplaces actually cost and wondering if those same organizations know that number:
- The weekly executive staff meeting
- Interviewing a job candidate
- A needs analysis for a prospective client
- Responding to an RFP
- Processing email
It’s obvious that each of these activities cost real money. Seems to me organizations should know how much.