Think about what causes the most pressure when it comes to balancing your life’s many priorities. Work volume is likely one suspect, but for most people I bet it’s some version of having to be in two places at the same time.
To solve this problem, companies can give employees more flexibility to work whenever and however they please. Of course, to make this work, everyone needs to get a lot better at measuring and evaluating what counts and ignoring everything else. This HBR article makes the case that better performance evaluation is the foundation for a stronger work-life program.