Productivity

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Financial Times  50 min ago  Comment 
Labour market dynamics and low productivity will limit US GDP growth potential in the long run to an average 2% a year rather than the historical 3%
The Hindu Business Line  Aug 31  Comment 
Companies adopt creative ways to improve productivity
Forbes  Aug 31  Comment 
When it comes to B2B sales, volume isn't the only thing that matters. For individual salespeople, sales teams, and managers, productivity—the ability to use limited time efficiently and effectively—is increasingly crucial to success.
Forbes  Aug 30  Comment 
As competition increases in nearly every industry, it has become more important than ever for sales professionals to be at the top of their game. This has created an obsession with enhancing productivity and reaching peak performance levels every...
SeekingAlpha  Aug 30  Comment 
By Steven Hansen: The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) states "Productivity is a measure of economic efficiency which shows how effectively economic inputs are converted into output." To economists, productivity is the measure of the efficient use...
Insurance Journal  Aug 29  Comment 
Louisville, Ky.-based Assured Neace Lukens hired Cary Seager as Health & Productivity manager. In her new role, Seager will support Assured Neace Lukens clients in the Cincinnati, Columbus and Dayton, Ohio, and Indianapolis, Ind., markets with...
Benzinga  Aug 29  Comment 
In a report published Friday, Morgan Stanley analyst Keith Weiss reiterated an Equal-Weight rating on Splunk (NASDAQ: SPLK). In the report, Morgan Stanley noted, “With Splunk growing sales capacity 40% YoY and productivity against that...
Reuters  Aug 28  Comment 
Chinese productivity growth has gone into reverse for the first time since the Cultural Revolution tore the country apart in the 1970s, according to a new study, highlighting the failure of recent reforms to set China on a sustainable development...
Channel News Asia  Aug 28  Comment 
The Second Minister for Trade and Industry said as the country embarks on its productivity drive, Singaporeans must be prepared to view changes as opportunities, rather than threats.
Forbes  Aug 27  Comment 
“How engaged is your workforce?” is fast becoming one of the most asked questions in organizations around the world. Employee engagement is seen to be vital to performance, innovation, productivity and business success.




 

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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