Productivity is basically defined as the measure of “the output from a production process per unit of input”. In labor, for example, it is typically a measure of “output per labor-hour.”
Productivity Measurement – A Short History
The year 1970 saw the publication of two books, Kuznets’ “Economic Growth of Nations” and Solow’s Economic Growth” in 1971. Unwittingly, it marked the start of a rare professional consensus on economic growth.
Increased Productivity Via Unified Communications
All over the world, productivity is increasing by leaps and bounds. This development had been noted by CEOs and managers as due to the upswing of the business and technology trend referred as unified communications.