Work study and value analysis - improving productivity, Operation Management

Work Study and Value Analysis - Improving Productivity 

By considering how work is carried out (method study) or considering alternative approaches using a cost-benefit analysis (value analysis) we can improve methods and reduce waste and increase productivity. Measuring work may also determine how many staff are needed and in turn affect decisions which determine not only the number of staff needed but also the introduction of automation.

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