Am I productive enough? Is he productive enough?
We often hear about employees’ or individual’s productivity; however, an organization’s productivity is a lesser-used term since most of us focus on an individual’s productivity. An organization’s productivity is a collective effort by a group of people supported by processes and technology, which helps the organization achieve its goals efficiently and effectively. As a fact,
people are the key assets who drive the organization’s productivity; however, CXOs need to evaluate if their people are motivated enough, empowered enough, or talented enough to help them grow.
“Alone, you go faster; together, you go farther.”
As necessary, it is to be productive; there are many challenges faced by an organization:
Productivity by design is a concept to re-imagine the organization’s key pillars people, process, technology, and knowledge. Fostering innovation culture, automating recurring processes, enabling knowledge culture, and bridging the talent gap will amplify organization’s productivity – by design.
Let us look at the critical stages that enable the overall organization productivity: