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Accelerating Productivity: Strategy for High Growth, High Performance and High Motivation levels in an Organization (Volume 1) [Paperback]

Title: Accelerating Productivity
Author: V D Sham Dayal

Accelerating Productivity is a revolutionary approach for service-oriented organizations to improve employee productivity and performance management through personnel empowerment.

The first book to offer truly innovative solutions, Accelerating Productivity is a groundbreaking treatise on performance-based employee productivity management, shifting the current methodology from a subjective judgment paradigm to a value-based, objective evaluation of output and bottom line, profit/loss productivity. In addition, Accelerating Productivity provides the technique necessary to actually raise levels of productivity without adding any additional organizational spending, thereby raising not only company revenue but increasing individual employee earning potential as well. Destined to be considered the new standard in service-oriented organizations determined to increased employee performance without increasing company-wide or departmental overhead, Dayal's dissertation will change the way all upper-level management and human resource professionals view the way they approach their employees.

In the worlds of employee performance management, employee productivity analysis, and human resources management, stagnation has occurred that has led to a reliance on subjective judgment of employee performance to the detriment of both the employee and employer. Enter V D Sham Dayal's groundbreaking treatise Accelerating Productivity, a new look at an old problem that forever changes that stagnated paradigm, presenting an enhanced approach for the new millennium that alters the landscape of employee performance evaluation forever. Applying his REVA approach to employee evaluation, Mr. Dayal systematically presents a new performance management technique with which service-oriented organizations can radically change both the productivity of the employees and the organization's bottom line - all while empowering the employees at no additional cost to their employer. In simple terms, Mr. Dayal's new approach asks a fundamental question: if you could increase your profit, your employee's salary and benefits, the overall health, wealth and happiness of both your business and your employees at no cost to yourself or your business simply by changing your approach, would you?
Packed with insightful analysis and written in a straight forward, easy to grasp style, Accelerating Productivity is the cutting edge of employee management techniques. Built around Mr. Dayal's award winning Earned Value Management technique, a system so powerful that Mr. Dayal has confidence that it will create significant positive results, Accelerating Productivity gives you the expertise that others pay a great deal for - and does it in one comprehensive volume. If you own a business, are a senior level manager, or a human resources professional, this is the one and only book you will need to change your company's culture - and reward everyone with enhanced performance and increased profits.
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