Complexity is bad. Simplicity is good.
We live in an age of diminishing returns with respect to business worker output.
One of the things that technology was supposed to do was make us more productive, and by extension, allow our lives to become easier.
No one could have foreseen we’d come to live in a time where the complete opposite is true.
Technology has allowed us to be more productive. Collectively, we’ve made more stuff than ever before. We’ve done more things than ever before on computers compared to typewriters or pen and paper, too.
And we are constantly tweaking our technological process management in order to increase levels of individual performance.