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Use the Productivity template to describe your productivity goals and how you propose to stimulate and measure productivity within an organization. To describe actual steps in production process that need to be monitored use the Production Schedule template. Productivity Goals Discuss your goals for productivity. These might be numbers of products produced or shipped on daily or weekly basis number of sales made number of phone calls answered etc. Productivity Measurements
Describe the measurements you will use to judge productivity. These need to be something quantifiable such as daily or weekly count of products produced or shipped number of sales made or reports of revenue coming in. State how each measurement is conducted and who is responsible for gathering and presenting the productivity data. List any dependencies such as shipments from suppliers weather etc. that could affect your productivity. Incentives to Improve Productivity List any incentives you offer for increased productivity such as bonuses and awards to employees. Include the reasoning behind the incentive and the cost of the incentive. If the incentives have been used in the past include the history of how they have worked. Implications of Decreased Productivity List any risks associated with decreased productivity such as the inability to fulfill specific contract. List also any minimum acceptable levels of productivity and any penalties associated with those such as firing of unproductive