Discuss the factors affecting productivity increases, Operation Management

1. Define productivity both as a mathematical ratio and as a systems diagram? 

2. Outline how the productivity of an organisation may be improved. 

3. Discuss the factors affecting productivity increases and how components of these factors impact the organisation.

4. What are some of the concerns expressed by managers intending to replace labour with automation in any work environment? 

 

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