Productivity -numerically defined, Operation Management

Productivity -Numerically Defined

Total factor productivity (TFP) = Pt = Ot/(L+C+R+Q) 

Partial factor productivity (PFP) = Ot/L or C or Ot/a combination of  inputs 

 Pt = Total factor productivity 

 Ot = Total output (sales value $) 

 L = Labour input factor ($) 

 C = Capital input factor ($) 

 R = Raw materials/purchased parts ($) 

 Q = Other miscellaneous services ($)

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