Efficient V. Effective V. Affective

Understand and Know the Difference

[By staff reporters] 

Efficient – Performing or functioning in the best possible manner with the least waste of time and effort. The difference between effectiveness and efficiency can be summed up shortly, sweetly and succinctly right.

Effective – Produces the results you want. And that’s a very appropriate way to define effective, because we get the adjective from the noun effect—a result. It’s not too hard to remember the difference between affective and effective. You just have to use a small upside-down mnemonic device—when it comes to affective and effective, a is for emotion, and e is for action.

AFFECTIVE – Relating to moods, feelings, and attitudes. 

MORE: https://www.grammarly.com/blog/affective-vs-effective/



Assessment In taking into consideration resource consumption furthermore, Effectiveness is only about the output while Efficiency is about the outcome. In other words, to be effective is to “do the right things” while to be efficient is to “do things right.”.


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