Solving the 'productivity puzzle' is one of the toughest challenges facing Britain's businesses today. Here you'll find a selection of the latest and best articles on the subject of productivity from thought leaders from around the world.
A quick look at what it takes to get productivity back on track.
Economist Dean Turner says handing power to local authorities would boost Yorkshire's productivity.
Report from McKinsey & Company: UK needs to use Brexit as a catalyst to tackle long-standing productivity problem.
Firms depending on the kindness of their creditors are dragging down the economy, writes Buttonwood for The Economist.
The right culture can do away with the cons of open office plans, says Dan Scalco for business.com.
Banks contribute to the problem of keeping zombie companies alive, writes Martin Sandbu for The International News Magazine.
IT does grow businesses, but it grows bureaucracy more, writes Rory Sutherland for The Spectator.
By taking advantage of circadian rhythms & working more flexibly,we could substantially improve productivity &output https://t.co/inxpS1uSd3
Money worries affect productivity of one in four UK employees, finds @CIPD research. #HRnews https://t.co/05jdX5BR5F
There are a lot of opportunities to focus on productivity in the UK. The time to be bold is now - @scoutu #BVPredicts
Our emphasis on personal productivity is not only slowly killing us, it's also doomed to fail, writes Adam Frank for NPR.
Chasing productivity makes us unproductive, writes Caroline Beaton for Forbes.
Hint: don't work in your pyjamas, advises Hayley Tsukayama for The Washington Post.