n Management Today - Good thinking : the missing link

Volume 21, Issue 2
  • ISSN : 1027-4324



Extracted from text ... I Good thinking: the missing link In the search for new and better ways to improve employee efficiency and productivity, organisations have implemented extensive best business practices. However, these practices have excluded an important step in the efficiency improvement process - developing the good thinking skills employees need in order to identify and prevent problems and make appropriate decisions when things go wrong. This is illustrated by the losses as a result of bottlenecks, wastage, rework, repairs, equipment damage due to an inability to predict, prevent and resolve problems. Currently, due to the major cost savings that can be achieved ..

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