REVIEW OF SOME APPROACHES TO THE MEASUREMENT OF TOTAL PRODUCTIVITY IN A COMPANY/ORGANIZATION.

David J. Sumanth, Kitty Tang

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Abstract

Since the 1973 oil embargo and energy crisis in the United States, the downtrend of the U. S. economy is demonstrated by high unemployment rate, high inflation rate, increased foreign competition and numerous other indicators. These indicators have alerted many U. S. companies who have a growing concern in knowing how to measure and evaluate their performance. In the recent years, there has been a growing number of research papers dedicated to address the issue of productivity measurement. The main focus of this paper is to bring together the central focus on total productivity concepts of measuring productivity at the company/organization level.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationFall Industrial Engineering Conference, American Institute of Industrial Engineers
Place of PublicationNorcross, GA, USA
PublisherInst of Industrial Engineers
Pages300-309
Number of pages10
StatePublished - Dec 1 1984

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Sumanth, D. J., & Tang, K. (1984). REVIEW OF SOME APPROACHES TO THE MEASUREMENT OF TOTAL PRODUCTIVITY IN A COMPANY/ORGANIZATION. In Fall Industrial Engineering Conference, American Institute of Industrial Engineers (pp. 300-309). Norcross, GA, USA: Inst of Industrial Engineers.

REVIEW OF SOME APPROACHES TO THE MEASUREMENT OF TOTAL PRODUCTIVITY IN A COMPANY/ORGANIZATION. / Sumanth, David J.; Tang, Kitty.

Fall Industrial Engineering Conference, American Institute of Industrial Engineers. Norcross, GA, USA : Inst of Industrial Engineers, 1984. p. 300-309.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Sumanth, DJ & Tang, K 1984, REVIEW OF SOME APPROACHES TO THE MEASUREMENT OF TOTAL PRODUCTIVITY IN A COMPANY/ORGANIZATION. in Fall Industrial Engineering Conference, American Institute of Industrial Engineers. Inst of Industrial Engineers, Norcross, GA, USA, pp. 300-309.
Sumanth DJ, Tang K. REVIEW OF SOME APPROACHES TO THE MEASUREMENT OF TOTAL PRODUCTIVITY IN A COMPANY/ORGANIZATION. In Fall Industrial Engineering Conference, American Institute of Industrial Engineers. Norcross, GA, USA: Inst of Industrial Engineers. 1984. p. 300-309
Sumanth, David J. ; Tang, Kitty. / REVIEW OF SOME APPROACHES TO THE MEASUREMENT OF TOTAL PRODUCTIVITY IN A COMPANY/ORGANIZATION. Fall Industrial Engineering Conference, American Institute of Industrial Engineers. Norcross, GA, USA : Inst of Industrial Engineers, 1984. pp. 300-309
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