How to Increase Productivity at Work
How to Increase Productivity at Work?
Are you frustrated by not being able to increase Productivity at work?
Every day staff and customers get frustrated by wasting time and effort.
There are AT LEAST 45 different ways your team will be wasting time and effort, every day. Wasted time and effort that could be used to increase productivity.
How do we know? we see it in the businesses we visit.
How would it feel? if you could get rid of the things that frustrate you, the things that waste time and effort?
Where do you start? You could read books, watch videos, get some training (if you have time) OR you could make it simple and tap into our 50 years of experience in productivity improvement. We've worked in many sectors from Manufacturing through to Financial Services, Engineering to Legal Firms and on sites with 10 staff to sites with hundreds of employees.
SIMPLE: there are 3 places you can start;
- Fill in the form below to get STOP! Wasting Time and Effort it's our free guide which takes 10 minutes to work through. You'll be able to calculate how much time you are losing and using the examples see if we've seen the same problems you now have. We have different guides for different sectors from Engineering, Manufacturing through to Legal and Accounting teams, the guide you receive will be relevant to your sector.
- Request a Free Productivity & Efficiency Review; every month we offer 2 free reviews to businesses across the UK. Contact Us Now Before They Disappear.
- Ask about our 90 minute Productivity and Efficiency workshops for senior teams; ideal for teams that want to use a monthly board meeting to find out how they can improve productivity and efficiency.
To find out more about these options, fill in the form below and select an option.
Got a different question about Productivity Improvement? contact Mark Greenhouse about how we can help.
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a) the amount of work produced per worker or
b) the amount of work produced per hour worked
These measures can be improved by many techniques and by management interventions.
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