The productivity movement has been around for over 50 years. In this time a number of techniques, methodologies and productivity strategies have been developed. However, the pursuit of improved productivity still seems an imperfect science: even the term itself seems to be interpreted differently by different organizations and in different countries. Attempts to explain the reasons behind this lack of effective application of productivity improvement techniques by setting productivity improvement within a systems framework and providing a set of simple guidelines for designing an effective productivity improvement programme that is holistic, inclusive and set within the corporate strategy.
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