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Today's Episode:

Productivity experts have gotten a bad reputation from the slash and burn approach of the 1970s and '80s but the entire field has changed dramatically in the last 5 years and the subject matter is growing at astronomical rates every few months.

With extraordinary technology gains in this field, businesses can now find ways to be much more productive, drop their manufacturing error rates, decrease their costs of goods sold, improve their inventory tracking, coordinate and streamline their customer service business processes, shrink production times and do it all saving money on their electric bill. And that's just one part of the subject- the technology side.

On the human resources side, subject matter growth in performance measurement and staff development has also grown at an extraordinary pace. Even things like language training that used to be onerous, even painful, now can be fairly successfully condensed into a few weeks of training to be effective in the new language.

Companies are literally seeing triple and quadruple digit productivity gains when they start overhauling their processes, but many haven't made this investment yet. Has yours?

Show Overview:

Are you fed up with getting nothing but talking heads and biased or lobbyist commentators as the main source of opinions these days? I am. That's why the Professional Speakers Radio Show is focused on getting REAL EXPERTS, AUTHORS, and professional SPEAKERS to share THEIR expert insights on the topics of the day.

This is part of a new line up of shows from the Business Peakers Radio Network (BSRN) that believes that you should get the chance to make up your own mind based on the opinions of real experts, not just commentators looking for a sound bite or gotcha comment.