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How to Measure Team Productivity

HOW TO MEASURE TEAM PRODUCTIVITY Measuring team productivity could be a tricky job, especially when it's not exactly the manufacturing or sales department. There are no daily occurrences, productivity is not quantitative and the outcome isn't really black and white. However, there are a few techniques that help. Take a look: 01 DEFINE PRODUCTIVITY Define what productivity means to you, what goals you want to achieve and in what period of time. 02 SET MINI GOALS 03 04 Split your ultimate goal into mini goals, set deadlines and track how your team is achieving them SETA ΒENCHMARK CONSIDER THE VARIABLES Collect information on various industries and organizations and use the data to set a benchmark for Different team members have different efficiency levels. Also, interruptions or emergencies may surface. Track patterns to understand how they impact the overall productivity. your team. 05 07 MEASURE CONSISTENTLY SHUFFLE ROLES Measure consistently for a period of time to generate data that gives you a fair idea of how to measure productivity, weekly or monthly, especially when the outcome is incalculable. One of your key players might stuck in a less important role. Shuffle tasks and see how it changes the workflow or productivity levels. 06 COMPARE THE REAL AND EXPECTED OUTCOMES After a certain time and careful analysis of the data available, you will be able to see how the employees are meeting your expectations and how to spot inconsistencies. CTRAINING DOYENS 26468 E Walker Dr, Aurora, Colorado 80016-6104 Redefining GRC Trainings Email: support@trainingdoyens.com Toll Free:+1-888-300-8494 | Tel: +1-720-996-1616 Fax: +1-888-909-1882

How to Measure Team Productivity

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Measuring productivity of your team isn’t easy if the outcome is not quantitative. Here are a few techniques to make the job easier.

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