Dermot Crowley is one of Australia’s foremost thought-leaders on productivity. He is the author of Smart Work, and the founder of Adapt Productivity. Building on many years of experience in the productivity training industry, he created Adapt in 2002 with a vision of helping management and staff in Australia’s leading organisations to manage their time, priorities and emails more effectively using tools like MS Outlook and mobile technology.
Dermot has a highly inspiring yet practical approach to productivity in the modern workplace. His passion is creating real behavioural change, and has developed a system for working productively that is applicable to anyone working in today’s busy, email driven workplace.
While remaining heavily involved in the training activities of the business, much of Dermot’s time is spent working with senior leaders and leadership teams on their productivity, and their ability to lead productivity in their teams. His pragmatic approach and wealth of experience ensure that he brings relevant strategies to the table for the leadership level. His focus on productivity technology ensures that executives are getting the most from the tools at their fingertips.
Adapt has helped me and many of my colleagues to improve our effectiveness and sharpen our focus by changing the weay we use our technology. Dermot’s approach is straightforward, practical and produces immediate results.– Michael Rose, Managing Partner, Allens
Smart Work is the busy professional’s guide to getting organised in the digital workplace. This book throws you a lifeline by showing you how to take advantage of your digital tools to reprioritise, refocus and get back to doing the important work. This useful guide shows you how to leverage the technology you have to centralise your work into one integrated tool.
Smart Teams will help your team to go beyond personal productivity to enhance team productivity. Building on the concepts presented in Smart Work, which focuses on personal productivity, this book shows you how to turn unproductive team behaviours that create friction into ‘super productive’ behaviours that promote flow.