By Josh Lin, a Taiwanese student from Taichung on the associate degree program at the Hubbard College of Administration (HCA), Los Angeles, CA. From the “How to Increase Efficiency in Your Company” course I’ve learned a lot of senior data which show the real reason for inefficiency. For instance, some people work all day long but end up at the end of the day with no product. Logically, there must be some “bug” in their activity. What any employee really wants is to have time to really work on his or her assigned job. But, because of some “apparently needed works,” which are at best “nice to be dones,” he or she can’t handle the “must be dones.” Those “apparently needed works” are the real reasons that cause inefficiency, resulting in an employee not having a product by the end of the day. So, the bugs are all those non-essential actions, which crowd out the essential actions that lead to products. This course revealed those deadly bugs and detailed how to handle them, resulting in increased efficiency. That means, everyone does his or her job by knowing what needs to be done and does not develop any unnecessary work for himself or herself or other staff members. Production goes up. The business expands, resulting in affluence and prosperity! HCA is a self-paced business school that offers an exceptional business administration curriculum, unique learning technology, life-changing apprenticeships and internships, assistance with job placement and a lifetime warranty for students. I am currently on the “How to Increase Profits through Proper Financial Planning” course.