Organizations Lag in Measuring Productivity

â–¶ Employee Measurement: According to a study of high- and low-performing organizations issued by the The Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp), over half (55%) of respondents from low-performing organizations report that employees often remain in positions after their productivity has begun to wane. The same is true for only a fifth of those from high-performing firms. Other findings from the study include:

• When asked about the time to reach full productivity in their companies, 45% of employees from high-performing firms said this occurs in 12 months or less, compared with just 32% from low-performing firms.

• The study also found that many companies don’t track time to full productivity. Only about six out of 10 organizations use this metric, and high performers are no more likely to use it than the average company.

Source: i4cp