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.
Without digital experts in house, companies will struggle to improve productivity, writes James Parsons for IT Pro Portal.
The Week: UK workers suffer 10%+ falling wages between 2007--2015. No wonder our productivity is so bad.
How to kick start UK productivity: pay employees a higher wage, writes Hannah Fearn for The Independent.
Investing wisely in R&D -- what can we learn from other countries?
Bakery pinpoints steps needed to fill skills gap in food and drink sector, writes Dan Robinson for the Nottingham Post.
Why one country doesn't have a skills gap -- and no surprise, they're one of the most productive nations in the world.
What can UK #SMEs do to close the #productivity gap? http://natwest.contentlive.co.uk/content/274f8097-b66a-955a-ab9f-e37c9b9caf50 ...pic.twitter.com/TCSy5uXvUo
The #productivity paradox: UK economy gains £120 billion per year when employees 'slack off' http://www.marginalia.online/the-productivity-paradox-uk-economy-gains-120-billion-per-year-when-employees-slack-off/ ...pic.twitter.com/N1ekXrCzJn
Supporting national #productivity. New framework launched for improvement. Sharing in Growthhttp://bit.ly/2aJqPDr
We all have our own productivity style, says Olivia Goldhill for Quartz.
Advice on how to jump start your productivity, from Eric Barker for The Week.
Work-related stress is slowing down our productivity, writes Stephanie Vozza for Fast Company.