What is productivity? : how to work smarter, not harder Special productivity improvement needs of smaller enterprises and services, including professionals You need to know the facts before taking corrective action Developing productivity measures Measuring output and input Comparing productivity indexes of two organizations Benefits of benchmarking Lessons from successful productivity and quality improvement programs There are many opportunities for improving communication Effective methods of motivating for results Need for continual training and retraining You can't succeed without a plan How to design productive operations of high quality How to make the best use of your time, efforts, knowledge, and other resources.
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Print version: Bernolak, Imre. Succeed with productivity and quality : how to do better with less. Milwaukee, Wisconsin : ASQ Quality Press, 2009 xviii, 241 pages ; 24 cm