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Process level

  • In most organisations, especially in the services sector where less attention has been paid to it than in manufacturing, the productivity of most processes could be improved by at least 20%, and many by over 50%

 

  • In a  majority of cases, it is the system or process that provides the potential for productivity improvement, not the workers employed – so the scope and means to exploit this potential should always be studied first, before consideration is given to ‘letting go’ workers 

 

  • There’s many approach options available to improve processes and tasks – some are more likely than others to produce the results required – cost benefit analyses of those short listed should always include proven track records

 

 

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