(noun) the rate at which a worker or a company produces goods, and the amount produced, compared with how much time, work and money is needed to produce them.


We look at 4 key factors affecting business productivity:


  • Benchmarking of skill levelscomparing the skills and competencies of employees or teams within your organisation to industry standards or best practices.
  • Addressing poor performance – Identifying and taking steps to rectify subpar performance by employees or teams within an organisation
  • Team Culture – Shared values, beliefs, norms and practices that shape how employees interact, make decisions, and conduct themselves within the organisation
  • CommunicationThe cornerstone of success, facilitating collaboration, decision-making, and the building of strong relationships with customers and stakeholders.
  • Workplace mentoringAccelerated professional growth and development through the guidance, support, and knowledge transfer from experienced mentors to mentees.


  • Quality of products produced – build customer trust, enhance brand reputation, and lead to customer satisfaction and loyalty, ultimately driving long-term success and profitability.
  • Lowering production costscrucial for improving profit margins, maintaining competitiveness, and ensuring efficient resource allocation within a business
  • Reducing waste in productionvital for enhancing sustainability, minimising resource depletion, and improving operational efficiency, thereby benefiting the bottom line.


  • Streamlining processes to remove waste – essential to optimise efficiency, reduce operational costs, and enhance overall productivity, enabling organisations to remain competitive in market.
  • Better process flowsystematic and efficient movement of tasks and information within an organisation, resulting in reduced bottlenecks, improved productivity, and enhanced overall performance.
  • Lead-time reduction to improves business capacityallows for quicker response to customer demands, reduces inventory holding costs, and enhances overall agility in meeting market requirements.


  • Better workplace organisationcrucial for improving efficiency, reducing errors, and enhancing employee morale, leading to increased productivity and better overall business performance.
  • Equipment assessmentssystematic evaluation of machinery and tools in a business to determine their condition, performance, and maintenance needs, important for ensuring operational reliability and minimising downtime.
  • Preventative maintenance planninga proactive strategy aimed at preventing equipment breakdowns and failures, ensuring consistent operational efficiency, reducing repair costs, and extending the lifespan of assets, crucial for minimising downtime and sustaining business continuity.
  • Better asset managementessential for optimising resource allocation, reducing costs, improving productivity, and ensuring the long-term sustainability and competitiveness of the organisation.


We have an engrained passion to see NZ businesses achieve their productivity potential.