Sebastian Freidank - 05. April 23

Efficiency and effectiveness - difference, example and donkey bridge

Introduction

Many confuse the meaning of Effectiveness andefficiency, or don't even know the difference. We will give you many examples and a donkey bridge in this post to help you understand the difference between efficiency vs effectiveness.

The article is also intended as a small excursion to our blog post"This is what happens when you give up coffee and Guayusa drink! coffee is effective as a stimulant but not efficient. After this article you will understand why this is so and you will definitely look at the two words differently and use them more specifically in your everyday life.

 

Content

  1. Effectiveness, example and definition
  2. Efficiency, example and definition
  3. Difference Efficiency VS Effectiveness
  4. Efficiency and Effectiveness Donkey Bridge
  5. Examples
  6. Conclusion

 

1. Effectiveness, example and definition

Effective is something whenever it brings you closer to your goal, even if it means you take many detours, take breaks and there is a better way.

Here is an example to help you understand how Effectiveness from efficiency.

You can't open your eyes, you're completely flat, but you still have eight hours to work or study. Then it is effective to allow yourself a large cup of coffee, because it will open your eyes very quickly. You've come one step closer to your goal of going through the eight hours. This approach would be Effectiveness but not under efficiency, as there are better ways to keep you awake and focused on your work.

You can Effectiveness Therefore, as follows: define:

"Effectiveness means doing the right thing without judging whether this activity is good or bad. "

At the end of the post we give you a donkey bridge and many more examplesso you can better understand the difference between effectiveness and efficiency.

 

Effectiveness VS Efficiency Example

 

2. Efficiency, example and definition

Efficiency on the other hand, means getting as close as possible to your goal with the greatest possible leverage, the least effort and in the shortest possible time.

Based on the example just mentioned, this would mean the following.

The coffee will open your eyes quickly, but you will definitely need the next cup after an hour or two and repeat until you have your 8-hour full. So there's a better way!

The efficient instead of just effective variant would be your coffee by Mate tea to replace. Moreover, it would be even more efficient to use your mate tea through Guayusa Tea to replace. Because Guayusa not only opens your eyes, but also strengthens your focus, your creative thoughts and your motivation. In addition, the effect lasts between 4 and 8 hours without causing stomach problems or heart palpitations.

The Definition for Efficiency is therefore:

"Efficiency means doing the right thing in the best possible way and with the best possible tool, so that the goal is achieved as quickly as possible and with the least effort. "

A donkey bridge and other examples can be found at the end of the article to get a better understanding of the difference between effectiveness vs efficiency.

 

Efficiency and effectiveness Example

 

3. Difference efficiency VS effectiveness

At this point, we would like to describe the difference between effectiveness and efficiency again.

Effectiveness means that you're doing the right thing to get to your destination. Efficiency, on the other hand, means that you are doing the right thing in the correct way.

Strictly speaking, efficiency means something (regardless of whether it is purposefully) with little effort, time, money, strength, etc. . That's why you can do the wrong thing very efficiently, but you will never get to your destination. You will always have to ensure effectiveness before you increase efficiency.

In normal language use, you should use the word effectiveness if you do the right thing, and the word efficiency, if you do the right thing in the best possible way. It logically makes no sense of efficiency to speak if you do the wrong thing, even if it is strictly speaking a possible language.

 

4. Efficiency and effectiveness Eselsbrücke

Effectiveness ends in T, efficiency ends at Z.

T comes in the alphabet before Z, which is why you always have to pay attention to the effectiveness (the right thing) before you improve the process and make it efficient (do the right thing correctly).

An efficient process should therefore always be effective.

 

5. Examples of effectiveness and efficiency

 

 Target Effectiveness Efficiency
Tree Cases with the saw of a pocket knife. With a chainsaw.
Travelling from Germany to Italy Running Fly
Pencil sharpening with a knife with a pencil sharpener
Boil noodles above a fire on a stove
Write blog post Write to your phone write to PC
Decrease Bootcamp Create routines, change nutrition, drive sports

 

 

5. Fazit-Efficiency VS Effectiveness

Effectiveness and Efficiency always have to be seen in relation. If there is no alternative to a process, in our example the coffee drinking, then coffee is both effective and efficient.

However, as soon as there is a way to give the effectiveness an upgrade, this effectiveness will also be efficient. In the example of an awakening coffee, the activity of consumption of a caffeine-containing beverage is the effective process. This process can be done by drinking Guayusa but become efficient. The exchange of coffee against Guayusa changes the effect to the positive.

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