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One of the noteworthy “bookish concept” of Division of Labor may be the most important tool which is opted by organizations in “practical life.” This technique does give you more smooth results and with that it saves your time in a big way.

Most people (which i see in the surrounding from my student time) does not believe that this technique is that necessary but once you enter a professional life, you do feel that how helpful it is. No doubt, it has some negatives attached to it, i.e. your work may become somewhat tedious or boring because you will be doing same work again and again with the option of not trying anything new and losing your touch with the other work. Surely it will brush your work towards more sharpness but if you are a kind of person who wants to try something new , now and than, than you might get fed up really soon.

This is not a problem which couldnt be resolved but at this point, the leadership in the organization comes to play and it has some serious role towards his employees. Surely if someone gets good at something, why would you change his position? Wont that be a stupid decision? Well, technically it wont be a bad decision, if you manage your timing. Once a person gets good at something, they enjoy it at first, so make use of it and in that mean time get some other people doing that work as well with him, so they could learn from him. Once you feel that the person is getting fed up from that work, you can use either of two options i.e. to charge him with some additional work which will give him a new challenge or you could simply shift him to some other work or department, Entirely!!

These steps may sound a little risky at first but it will turn out to your advantage in the long run because no settled organization wants to lose their strong people, so they try some new steps time by time, to keep them interested.