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The Art and Science of Measuring Productivity

In most organizations, measuring productivity should be a straightforward exercise.   But our experience shows that even in companies where productivity should be extremely easy to evaluate – for example, with assembly line production – there is often insufficient attention paid to proper productivity measurement, and proper discipline around undertaking the measurement process is never established… read more →




The Silver Lining to Working From Home

With the COVID-19 outbreak, most offices across the globe are left unoccupied as workers flee to their work from home spaces and begin working remotely for an unknown amount of time. Fortunately, a lot of corporate services are well equipped to run remotely, with conference calls, work video calls, and touchpoints able to continue as… read more →




Drive Productivity During Meetings Using These 8 Tips

As a follow up to our recent post on effective meeting behaviors, I’ve put together 8 best practices that can help you and your teams make your meetings more effective and drive productivity. 1. Chair of the Meeting. Every meeting should have one individual who is responsible for the management of the meeting itself.  A… read more →




Leveraging Technology for Productivity

Technology can be a double-edged sword, if not employed strategically. Increasing Technology Integration with Business Technological advances in computer intelligence and memory has allowed for improvements in streamlining and automating tasks while increasing the output volumes and accuracy levels in all types of business environments. Technology has come to play a vital role in the… read more →