Workplace productivity snapshot
This workplace productivity tool is designed for the owners/managers of small to medium businesses. It will not provide a 'scientific' analysis of your business's performance but it will show where you can make improvements in your business practice. For in-depth analysis, a range of more sophisticated tools are available on the market.
Improving workplace productivity involves exploring all the ways that a workplace can do things better and smarter. Each workplace will have its own way to achieve this.
How to use this tool
Local and international research has identified seven 'drivers' that can improve the productivity of your business. Each of these drivers have a separate section in the questionnaire which you can access from the links below or as a whole with a diagram at the end representing your results. They are:
- Building Leadership and Management
- Creating Productive Workplace Cultures
- Encouraging Innovation and the Use of Technology
- Investing in People and Skills
- Organising Work
- Networking and Collaboration
- Measuring What Matters
With this simple tool you can assess how your organisation is performing against these seven drivers. Please note that the information entered by you will not be stored by the Department of Labour.
Further advice and resources on workplace productivity is available from industry bodies, professional associations and government, as well as consultants and other providers as well as on the Workplace Productivity website. A list of these bodies, associations and other providers is available here.