A History Of Productivity Planning

My picture nameThe history of paper-based planning is actually much older than most people realize. Archaeologists believed for many years that neolithic cave paintings were the oldest examples of non-movable art in the world, primitive renderings of the daily lives and surroundings of the world's earliest artists, beings who, though barely able to scratch out an existence against the harsh backdrop of nature, nevertheless felt the timeless artistic drive to create, to immortalize, to bring their fantasy and vision into being for others to share. That's what everybody thought. In reality, it turns out that it was only Neanderthal man leaving himself a reminder: 'Note to self: Kill buffalo.'