21st Century approach to improving business productivity, profits and performance in the modern business. The book highlights the links between performance science and profitability and the massive gains that can be achieved by understanding and implementing the latest findings from neuroscience and the psychological sciences. Invaluable for leaders, owners and managers who are looking to improve.24 Productivity Hacks are highlighted within 6 major categories, neuroscience, performance science, cognitive behavioural science, sporting science, behavioural science and performance synchrony. They range from mindset, how to perform under pressure, skill acquisition, learning and development, emotional control, organisational behaviour, motivation, employee engagement, purpose, mastery, brain-savvy leadership and many more.All the hacks are underpinned by research, evidence, case study, observation, experience, anecdotal, empirical and the latest findings. The book then goes on to provide the missing link between the theory and the application into the business. It will demonstrate how each hack will filter to your bottom line, often for no extra investment or resource on your part.Modern business needs to get ready for the 4th industrial revolution which has started and needs a change in emphasis from predict and control leadership to one of a more sense and respond. Markets, customers, global factors and our workforces are changing and our businesses need to follow.Organisations ultimately have to follow human consciousness and human consciousness is changing at a faster pace than it ever has. Organisational culture, internal mechanisms, leadership, employees and measurement need to change to align with their markets. Performance Synchrony is a 4 quadrant approach to addressing these changes.Geoff Greenwood FCCA MBA MSc has worked extensively in the world of performance and has studied many areas and examples of performance enhancement in elite sport, performing arts, global business, military, medical and other high pressure environments.