Project Professionals blog had a series of posts earlier this year. Over the next several weeks, the intention is to add to this popular series. This summary was posted in June. Since June, the number of readers has increased significantly. Consequently, we are reissuing this post as a kickoff and restart of the labor/labour productivity series.
Productivity has become a hot topic and has given rise to much discussion and debate in the project management world. Labor productivity can be a competitive advantage or a managerial disaster. Therefore, we believe that there is high potential benefit in a review of McLaughlin & McLaughlin’s Productivity Series. Below, we have the titles and links to each post followed by a brief summary of the content. We intend to augment these posts with additional writings on the subject.
- “Change Order / Variation Impact (United States and Canada)”
- “Change Order / Variation Impact (UK and related venues)”
- “Improvement – Take Away the Excuses”
- “Productivity and Leadership”
- “Improvement – Productivity Evaluation”
- “Improvement – Plan the Work Well”
- “Labor Productivity and Disruption – Managerial Considerations”
- “Worker Productivity – Watch How the People W0rk”