What is 'Pomodoro technique' in Management?


This refers to a time management technique used to increase the productivity of people at work. It involves the breaking up of work into a number of sessions with sufficient short and long breaks in between the sessions for adequate rest. Each work session (called a Pomodoro) is typically 25 minutes long, and the short and long breaks usually last 5 and 20 minutes respectively. The Pomodoro technique was proposed by Francesco Cirillo in the 1980s to minimise distractions that affect the workflow of workers, thus reducing their productivity.

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