Productivity is a value-added process that can effectively raise living standards from a governmental, commercial and consumer perspective.
Governmental: Increasing economic growth can lead to larger tax payments for governments. Governments can invest more towards infrastructure and social services e.g. health care, education, welfare, public transportation, public funding and critical research.
Commercial: Higher efficiencies can result in increased margins and lower costs. This can allow for better compensation for employees, higher working capital and improved competitiveness.
Consumer: Productivity can potentially reduce price points and minimize the necessary working hours for the participants within an economy while retaining high levels of consumption.
The NOCN Group and Institute of Productivity specialise in qualifications and consultation. Our qualifications:
NOCN Group works with Microsoft partners for its digital productivity skills offering. This means that successful learners will receive Microsoft badges as well as an NOCN qualification.
NOCN Group and the Institute of Productivity (IoP) are strategic partners working together to continuously and sustainably improve productivity, performance and competitiveness. NOCN Group and IoP provide management qualifications and consultation in this region to increase knowledge and professional competency at a global standard.
The IoP works at local, national and international levels to promote productivity via policy formulation, campaigns, initiatives, infrastructure development, education, training, and development. The IoP consults with organisations worldwide to build and deliver on strategies to generate long-term productivity growth, and with it continuous, sustainable, shared value.
NOCN Group also works with WorldSkills UK to share global skills insights with businesses, education bodies and governments through the UK Productivity Lab – a programme designed to mainstream international skills excellence to help boost productivity and economic competitiveness.