Productivity: survival tools for the fittest.

  • L Godhard, G. Lee
  • Published 1998 in
    Caring : National Association for Home Care…


A slight change in an agency's productivity can significantly affect the bottom line. Thus, it is in agency's best interest to first determine current levels of productivity and then track it on an ongoing basis. The ability to continually measure the productivity of an entire organization will be an essential tool for surviving the transition from cost… (More)

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@article{Godhard1998ProductivityST, title={Productivity: survival tools for the fittest.}, author={L Godhard and G. Lee}, journal={Caring : National Association for Home Care magazine}, year={1998}, volume={17 8}, pages={40-2} }