Scientific productivity increase

This entry was posted on August 28, 2014 under production control, Uncategorized. Written by:

The 20th century proved us the necessity of the systematic approach of management, including the management of industrial organization for the scientific productivity increase.

The operational work sciences systems’ main characteristics and application’s fields

Developing working system and working bases:

– at the direct production’s level:

– assuring physical conditions (working equipments, installations, location)

– organizational conditions (working time etc.)

– personal conditions (defining suitability’s criteria, defining optimal level of training etc.)

– at organization’s level:

– developing a formal organization chart (hierarchy, decision-making, responsabilities)

– developing internal and external informational system

– selecting and training the management


Assuring the efficiency of production process:

– at the direct production’s level:

– defining the proper working method and stroke – the human-machine system coordination taking in consideration the human physiology and psychology

– increasing the working motivation – motivate the employee to achieve a higher performance by developing precise measuring methods of productivity and presenting efficient material and moral motivational factors according to the expectance.

– at organization’s level:

– assuring the proper information for decision making ( about the general production system and those external factors which affect the activity).

– to define the correct methods for planning, organizing and production controlling – mathematical methods, cybernetic tools,

– preparations for decision makings, optimizing decisions,

– assuring the execution of decisions – informing the workers, proper incentive system and increasing the efficiency of control

Developing the production system, assuring the personal development (mentally and personality level) of workers, forming the mentality of employees and their relation with work:

– at the direct production’s level:

– development of working equipments and methods, decreasing the charging effects of physical working conditions,

– assuring the sense of achievement, the increase of self-value, the interpersonal and social recognition related to of properly providing work tasks,

– assuring the conditions for professional development

– providing the conditions for professional carrier.

– at organizations level:

– providing the right working ambient (among colleagues, or between management and employees, helping the positive informal connections)

– keeping the workforce mobility at an optimal level (defining the causes of fluctuation and providing the methods of influencing them).

All these tasks cannot be solved by only one science. Only a complete system of work sciences can manage this huge challenge provided by interdisciplinary studies or workgroups focused on both theoretical and practical researches.

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In order to improve productivity, manufactures need a vigorous production control. As new company develops managers are not able to simply observe all employee's efficiency. They need managerial and technical tools to measure, control their production and find ways to improve it.