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White-collar productivity and quality issues
NASA Symposium on Productivity and Quality: Strategies for Improving Operations in Government and Industry (1984 Washington, D.C.)
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|Statement||sponsored by National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) ; operated by American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) ; edited by Mireille Gerard and Pamela W. Edwards.|
|Contributions||Gerard, Mireille., Edwards, Pamela W., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration., American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics.|
|LC Classifications||HD56 .N36 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||85005034|
Programming productivity (also called software productivity or development productivity) describes the degree of the ability of individual programmers or development teams to build and evolve software tivity traditionally refers to the ratio between the quantity of software produced and the cost spent for it. Here the delicacy lies in finding a reasonable way to define software. Productivity, as traditionally measured, does not accurately reflect white collar work or especially knowledge work.
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White-Collar Productivity and Quality Issues Proceedings of the NASA Symposium on Productivity and Quality: Strategies for Improving Operations in Government and Industry Sponsored by National Aeronautics and Space Administration NASA Operated by American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics AIAA UNIVERSITATSBIBLIOTHEK HANNOVER TECHIMISCHE.
Every day, thousands of business owners and managers seek solutions to white collar productivity improvement problems. Unfortunately, devising a new approach to this age-old problem is a difficult and often overwhelming by: 2.
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White-Collar Productivity: The National Challenge: A Study Compiled by the American Productivity CenterAuthor: Inc. Steelcase, American Productivity Center.
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White-collar productivity and quality issues; Proceedings of the Symposium on Productivity and Quality: Strategies for Improving Operations in Government and Industry, Washington, DC, Septem 26, By M.
Gerard and P. Edwards. : M. Gerard and P. Edwards. This chapter describes how the industrial engineering mindset and tools are good enough to solve productivity issues, but there is no concrete technique utilized for office/white-collar productivity.
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INTRODUCTION The White Collar Productivity Improvement (WCPI) Project was a comprehensive two-year action research effort focused on effectiveness of function groups in seventeen major organi- zations: Atlantic Richfield Company, ARMCO, Dun & Bradstreet, General Dynamics, Johnson & Johnson, McDonnell Douglas, Motorola, NASA, Northern Telecom, Ortho Pharmaceut- icals, Rockwell International, TRW, Northeast Utilities, USAA, Douglas Aircraft Cited by: 1.
There are problems in measuring white collar productivity: 1. Difficulties in determining the output or contribution. Tendency to measure activities rather than the results, e.g. number of reports created says nothing about the quality of these reports.
The input may not slow up in output until sometime later. There is a lagged effect. Low‐level management: Work with employees to improve productivity through acceptance of change, commitment to quality, and continually improving all facets of their work.
Productivity is the relationship between a given amount of output and the amount of input needed to produce it. Productivity and Quality Management: Chapter 18 SUMMARY: Productivity is a tool of measurement that determines the efficiency of the organization in terms of the ratio of output produced with respect to inputs used.
APQC (American Productivity & Quality Center) is the world’s foremost authority in benchmarking, best practices, process and performance improvement, and knowledge management (KM). With more than member organizations worldwide, APQC provides the information, data, and insights organizations need to support decision-making and develop.
White Collar Productivity Topics covered: HR transformation Sylvia Hill, Head ofGlobal HR Services andHR Transformation Lean business functions Support functions and GBS Market-oriented complexity reduction Support function example: HR.
The book, White Collar Productivity, features essays on a wide range of topics bearing on white-collar productivity. The authors address the problems and practices of measuring office productivity and office work, as well as management by objectives, control of overhead, human resource planning, paperwork reduction, and work unit analysis.
Key Words: Productivity, Quality, Management, Human Resource Management. Productivity and quality are the two major concerns for any organization since they determine the well- being of the organization and its human resources. Productivity and quality are also the most important issues at the national Size: KB.
productivity have been achieved through advances in process technology. But here interest has focused more on the technology itself than on the rational management of productivity or on the social implications of the introduction of new technology.
The present book approaches productivity issues from a new and refreshing Size: 3MB. Particular attention is paid to the differences between white-collar and blue-collar work and the problems inherent in the current definition of white-collar productivity. “Pros: vibrant, fast paced culture - smart, fun, aggressive colleagues - management is focused on latest tech trends and staying or becoming a leader for many of them.
The low productivity of Japan’s white-collar workers and the need for improvement comes up frequently these days in both the public and private sectors.
The need to maintain quality. Books to Borrow. Top Full text of "Working with people to improve productivity and quality: A bibliography with indexes, " See other formats.
Quality Control and Continuous Improvement Things our management values Themselves Profits Customers Product quality Production quantity The company’s image and reputation The professor looked at the list and circled Product quality. He said that he was conducting research on quality and would like to ask them some questions about that item.
This was a subject in a survey by Quality Insider for future articles. We've had the same subject come up when trying to figure out how to have measurable results to base incentive plans from with front office personnel.
We are not a large company. In the context of the entire economy productivity refers to the amount of GDP (the value of all goods and services) output in a period of time divided by all the hours worked by all the workers in the economy over that same time period. You will examine issues surrounding professional codes of ethics, file sharing, infringement of intellectual property, security risk assessment, Internet crime, identity theft, employee surveillance, privacy, compliance, social networking, and the ethics of IT s: 1.
Growing Productivity Gradually – Tax Services 5. How Productivity can Remain Unchanged Despite Major Investments – Social Security 6. Broadening the Picture – Two National Regulatory Agencies Part II: Analysing Decentralized Government Services 7.
Methods and Quality Issues in Analysing Complex and Localized Services 8. Yet, they continue to self-inflict productivity obstacles in the workplace. “Most companies ignore the workplace productivity problems that are right in front of them.” (Tweet this Quote) Is your company choosing to look the other way from the issues.
Here are the Top 10 Productivity Problems that Your Company Is Ignoring. There is significant evidence that productivity advancement in government organizations has not kept pace with the increases found in the private sector (Killefer & Mendonca, ).Williams () documented efforts to measure performance in the New York City government in the early s.
Political issues limited the success of most attempts to measure or improve productivity in the by: 9. Particular attention is paid to the differences between white-collar and blue-collar work and the problems inherent in the current definition of white-collar productivity.
Improved effectiveness in serving internal and external customers is a better basis for judging most white-collar work and that too much emphasis on lowering costs and Cited by: Productivity is about doing more with the same.
Growth in labor productivity is measured by the change in output per labor hour over a defined period of time. For a country, productivity is. product release, whereas quality assurance attempts to improve and stabilize production (and associated processes) to avoid, or at least minimize, issues which led to the defect(s) in the first place.
For contract work, particularly work awarded by government agencies, quality control issues are among the top reasons for not renewing a contract.File Size: 4MB. White-collar definition: White-collar workers work in offices rather than doing physical work such as making | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.
One of the biggest changes in our digital-enabled office is the huge variety of ways that individuals undertake the same task. While this can be empowering for some workers, it has created an even greater difference in productivity between the best and the worst performing white collar workers than ever before.
In Search of Productivity. by ; Problems with the Data. That’s why the link between information technology and a sustained increase in white-collar productivity remains as elusive as ever.
Small changes in how you work can gradually add up to big changes in productivity. Try one tip to start, and keep adding more as you find the strategies that work best for you. Productivity can be defined as the ratio of total output to total input (raw materials, man-hours, capital cost, etc.).
Quality is a measure of excellence and can be defined as the overall. • Productivity is the "viII to irnprove on the lJresent situation) no matter h~",' goo(i it nlay seem" no,natter ho~v good it tnay really be.
• Pro(luctiviry is the constant adoption oft'conotrlic and social life to cluznging conditions. • Productivity is the continual efforts to ap/)/Y new techniques and new lnetho( by: Establishing A Productivity Improvement Program Recent studies indicate that the quality of management is the key to increasing business productivity.
It is up to the managers to identify productivity problems and develop an appropriate program to solve these problems. This formula cannot easily be used in calculating the productivity of the indirect workforce.
First of all, it is difficult to quantify the output of goods and services of these workers. Not only is the output intangible, but the nature and quality of the different services performed make it Author: Terri Messina.
Thus, the U.S. productivity debate is all about the synergy, or lack thereof, between information technology and white-collar workers. Where the rubber meets the road A look at the shifting mix of U.S. white-collar employment provides some preliminary hints about what lies at the heart of the U.S.
productivity puzzle. ELECTRICAL DESIGN BOOST PRODUCTIVITY AND IMPROVE QUALITY BY INTEGRATING ELECTRICAL AND MECHANICAL DESIGN IN 3D White Paper SUMMARY The productivity gains related to using 3D CAD technology for mechanical design are now obtainable for electrical design through integration of electrical and mechanical development on a single 3D Size: KB.
Abstract. Although the construction industry is a major component of the U.S. economy, it has experienced a “perceived” prolonged period of decline in Size: 1MB.Counterproductive Behavior at Work Production deviance Production deviance is the failure to perform the job tasks effectively the way they are supposed to be completed (Hollingers, ).
In this, the employee intentionally affects the efficiency of the organization by slowing down the quantity and quality .Get this from a library! Psychology and Productivity.
[Paul Whitney; Robert B Ochsman] -- This volume is based on the symposium "Psychology and Productivity: Bringing Together Research and Practice" held at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock in August The conference was made.