Solving the 'productivity puzzle' is one of the toughest challenges facing Britain's businesses today. Here you'll find a selection of the latest and best articles on the subject of productivity from thought leaders from around the world.
A quick look at what it takes to get productivity back on track.
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Assembly line roles responsible for job growth in industrial sector. Phillip Inman reports for The Guardian.
Productivity growth will take on more important role in driving overall GDP growth outcomes, reports Will Martin for Business Insider UK.
Increasing female employment and productivity adds 35% to GDP, says new CBI study. Catharine Paddock reports for MBN.
Devolution offers another route to plugging the employability and skills gap, writes Jon Bernstein for Prospect.
Innovations capture large benefits for a few creators but don’t aid majority, writes Satyajit Das for Bloomberg U.S.
An increase in graduates will increase UK productivity. Read more: https://t.co/wf6qApCvcG
Productivity has been worse since UK has been in single market than before" - economist Phil Mullan #battleofideas
City devolution matters to the growth of whole UK economy - huge problems on skills & productivity says @AlexJonesCities #cityliving
Boost your productivity by eliminating these bad habits, advises Rachel Gillett for Business Insider UK.
Here's how you should be spending the first hour of the day to achieve maximum productivity, writes Shana Lebowitz.
Responding to an email could cost you 28 minutes. Lesley McClurg reports for PBS.