Operational Optimisation 2020
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Operational Optimisation

Apr, 2020

Only 27 per cent of the average employee’s time is dedicated to the job they were hired to do, how can companies help their workforce? Our Operational Optimisation special report, published in The Times, explores how to change inefficient processes to unlock your workforce’s true capabilities. It examines why innovative companies need people-centric risk-takers to be truly disruptive and the uncertain future for the COO. The featured infographic looks at different ways to boost workplace productivity and why all businesses need to understand their employees before they can improve.


True operational optimisation requires efficient employees. But companies large and small still suffer from the same-old challenges that hinder efforts to build a productive workplace. From needless meetings and staff disengagement to bad communication and unflexible working patterns, businesses need to understand their employees and what is holding them back before they can set out to improve productivity