Over the past few years, Singapore has focused on raising productivity to achieve quality economic growth. Yet despite well-intended investments in new productivity systems, not all companies seem to be reaping the fruits of their efforts. Our research suggests that one of the key reasons is that many companies tend to have a piece-meal approach towards productivity. They focus on selected parts of their operations instead of having a holistic view of the whole workflow
process, or a clear understanding of where the true bottlenecks lie.
This article, written by Linda Loh, Head of Ipsos Business Consulting in Singapore, was published in The Business Times (Singapore) on 5 July 2016. Download the full article here.