In Part VI of the program on science careers, efficacy, and bringing in big bux to get recognized for the science that you do, Morgan talks about how to optimize your productivity. In order to truly optimize it - over the long haul - you have to consider your P to PC ratio. You probably haven't considered this before, but it is a vital concept, especially when you find yourself feeling like you need to work harder and longer hours - or in getting your personnel to work harder and longer hours.
Are scientists the most effective people that they could be?
I've realized something by studying those who are really successful versus those who struggle with success.
The really successful ones usually spend time "meta analyzing" their own lives and careers.