PRODUCTIVITY - notesmy01

 Definition of Productivity

   Experts have yet to find general agreement about what productivity is. Drs. Malayu S.P. Hasibuan, stated:
   "Productivity is the ratio between output (output) and input (input). If productivity increases, this is only possible with increased efficiency (time - material - labor) and labor systems, production techniques and skills upgrading of the workforce."
    A. Blunchor and E. Kapustin shared their views quoted by Drs. Muchdarsyah Sinungan, as follows:

   "Productivity is sometimes seen as the intensive use of conversion sources such as labor and machines that are precisely measured and actually show efficient performance."
   The International Labor Organization (ILO), states that productivity is the computational ratio between the amount produced and the amount per source used during production.

   The 1983 National Productivity Council which is listed in the Productivity and Editing Management of J. Rivanto (1985; 19), explains how to measure productivity as follows:

   Labor productivity can be explained by the following formula:
   TK Productivity = Actual Result / Total Actual Work Days

   With the above understanding, conclusions can be drawn:
   "Productivity is the ratio between the number of outputs and the number of arithmetic inputs in a production."


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