The Australian  11 hrs ago  Comment 
Mining giants have criticised the Productivity Commission’s draft assessment of the nation’s industrial relations system as ‘too sanguine’.  Oct 1  Comment 
Using the US as an example of why Australia needs to reform can only occur in a space where words such as reform and productivity have lost all meaning Earlier this week, Malcolm Turnbull sought to present himself as being on the economic front...
Biomass Magazine  Sep 30  Comment 
This month, Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz announced a roadmap in support of President Obama’s goal to double U.S. energy productivity by 2030. The report lays out a path businesses, state and local governments, consumers and other stakeholders...
Forbes  Sep 30  Comment 
The new iPhone 6S is getting a lot of press in tech circles for its faster processing speed and the 3D Touch-driven productivity improvements; but the feature I’ve noticed the most, and that’s gotten the most “oohs” and “aahs” from...
Forbes  Sep 30  Comment 
If you run a one-person business, you know how hard it is to get everything done, even if you’re super-efficient. To help you amp up your personal productivity, I asked owners of some of the million-dollar, one- and two-person businesses I’ve...
Clusterstock  Sep 29  Comment 
Microsoft has filed a document with the SEC giving more details on its new financial structure, which it announced yesterday. The company is moving from five business segments to three. Basically, the new Productivity and Business Processes...
Forbes  Sep 29  Comment 
People have been talking about conflict resolution and conflict avoidance for years as if we should all embrace conflict and shun those unwilling to do so. They are wrong. Conflict is destructive. It damages results, productivity, and relationships.
The Australian  Sep 29  Comment 
Some big companies are pushing the Productivity Commission to overhaul planks of its workplace relations blueprint.
Cellular News  Sep 29  Comment 
Although advances in technology are helping to connect remote employees and offices and, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, productivity is on the rise, workers are dealing with more distractions than ever before Click here for more.
Forbes  Sep 29  Comment 
When CFOs and CHROs work together, they can significantly impact the business. The collaboration can bring increased revenue, cash flow, and employee productivity.


Productivity growth drives advancement, from the micro level to the macro - it is one of two sustainable drivers of GDP growth, and one of the competitive advantages of leading firms across the globe. Productivity is simply how much one can get out of set resources. For example, the ongoing development of information technology increases the amount of work an employee can perform every hour, be it making cars or creating spreadsheets.

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