Considers the difficulties involved in applying the superficially simple concept of productivity as total output divided by total input. Discusses the systems view of productivity, the economists′ approach to productivity, the UK productivity record, measuring organizational performance in public and private sectors, individual productivity and attitudes to productivity. Concludes that the assumptions on which productivity analysis is based should always be questioned to avoid misapplication.
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