Measuring Knowledge Worker Productivity: The 6 Factors That Change Everything

Measuring Knowledge Worker Productivity: The 6 Factors That Change Everything


September 2016

Have you been searching for the Holy Grail - a broadly applicable metric for measuring knowledge worker productivity? If you had it, you could prove that lower panels, white noise, blue walls, more natural light, etc. have a positive effect on productivity (or not). You would be able to prove causation, and have clearer answers about what to do and what not to do to contribute to worker performance with proven data instead of subjective opinions. This session highlights how Advanced Workplace Associates and The Center for Evidence-Based Management set out to search for evidence once and for all that such indisputable metrics do exist. What they found is that the universal metric cannot exist but in the process they did find 6 factors that are scientifically proven to correlate to knowledge worker performance, which can act as a proxy measure.

Keywords: 2016 Amsterdam Summit, EMEA, Amsterdam2016, knowledge worker productivity, metrics, Advanced Workplace Associates, The Center for Evidence-Based Management


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