Service productivity : a journey planner

Shafti, Farhad (2016) Service productivity : a journey planner. In: PMA 2016 Conference, 2016-06-26 - 2016-06-29.

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Abstract

The article aims to develop and justify a framework to be used as a journey planner for approaching service productivity by both practitioners and academics. This is based on the notion of customer vs. provider productivity as proposed by a number of researchers on the subject. Two main approaches to research into service productivity are discussed. Important lessons that can be learned are pointed out. A third approach is introduced where instead of seeking a single solution, the most appropriate solution is sought for each type of service operations. The importance of being pragmatic in approaching service productivity is emphasised.