productivity

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verimlilik

Bazı insanlar yazarken müzik dinler, ancak diğerleri verimliliklerini engellediğini söylüyor. - Some people listen to music when writing, but others say it hampers their productivity.

müstahsiliyet
performans
{i} kâr getirme yüzdesi
{i} prodüktivite
{i} yaratıcılık
üretkenlik
productivity agreement
üretkenlik sözleşmesi
productivity rate
Verimlilik oranı
productivity accounting
(Ticaret) verimlilik muhasebesi
productivity bargaining
(Ticaret) verimlilik sözleşmesi
productivity gap
(Ticaret) verim farklılığı
productivity of soil
toprağın verimliliği
productivity of soil
toprağın ürün verme gücü
productivity of taxation
(Ticaret) verginin verimliliği
productivity of work
(Ticaret) iş verimliliği
productivity shock
(Ticaret) verimlilik şoku
productivity slowdown
(Ticaret) verimlilik düşüşü
productivity wages
(Ticaret) verimlilik ekstra ödemeleri
employee productivity
(Ticaret) çalışan verimliliği
improve productivity
verimliliği arttırmak
increased productivity
artan verimlilik
fixed productivity
sabit verim
labor productivity
emeğin verimliliği
labour productivity
işgücü verimliliği
increasing productivity
(Ticaret) artan verimlilik
marginal productivity
(Ticaret) marjinal üretkenlik
marginal productivity of labor
(Ticaret) emeğin marjinal verimliliği
marketing productivity
(Ticaret) pazarlama verimliliği
wages and labor productivity
ücretler ve iş verimliliği
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
the rate at which crops are grown on a standard area of land
the state of being productive, fertile or efficient
the rate at which goods or services are produced by a standard population of workers
the quality of being productive or having the power to produce
The measurement of labor efficiency when compared to an established base It is also used to measure equipment effectiveness, drawing productivity, etc The actual rate of output or production per unit of time worked
The quality or state of being productive; productiveness
efficiency with which goods and services are produced, as measured by the quantity produced per person per hour
The transfer of energy and nutrients into living matter over time Productivity is a function of both the growth rate and biomass of an organism and is expressed as a rate of change For example, primary productivity is the rate of increase in plant material over a unit area and time, e g , grams Carbon/m2/yr Secondary productivity applies to animals and is expressed in the same terms
Average real output per unit of input Labor productivity is average real output per hour of labor The growth of labor productivity is defined as the growth of real output that is not explained by the growth of labor input alone Total factor productivity is average real output per unit of combined labor and capital inputs The growth of total factor productivity is defined as the growth of real output that is not explained by the growth of labor and capital Labor productivity and total factor productivity differ in that increases in capital per worker raise labor productivity but not total factor productivity [Back to top]
A term used to reflect the volume of activity of a provider, group of providers or organization for a defined period Productivity may be defined by encounters, billable visits, procedures, or relative value units
Output per unit of input employed Increases in productivity come from increased efficiency on the part of capital or labour It is essential to measure productivity in terms of real output, but often impossible to separate capital productivity from labour productivity In common use, the term is generally confined to labour productivity (Pearce, 1996)
Productivity is the rate at which goods are produced. The third-quarter results reflect continued improvements in productivity = output. the rate at which goods are produced, and the amount produced, especially in relation to the work, time, and money needed to produce them increase/improve/raise productivity. In economics, a measure of productive efficiency calculated as the ratio of what is produced to what is required to produce it. Any of the traditional factors of production land, labour, or capital can be used as the denominator of the ratio, though productivity calculations are actually seldom made for land or capital since their capacity is difficult to measure. Labour is in most cases easily quantified for example, by counting workers engaged on a particular product. In industrialized nations, the effects of increasing productivity are most apparent in the use of labour. Productivity can be seen not only as a measure of efficiency but also as an indicator of economic development. Productivity increases as a primitive extractive economy develops into a technologically sophisticated one. The pattern of increase typically exhibits long-term stability interrupted by sudden leaps that represent major technological advances. Productivity in Europe and the U.S. made great strides following the development of such technologies as steam power, the railroad, and the gasoline motor. Later in the 20th century, advances in productivity stemmed from a number of innovations, including assembly lines and automation, computer-integrated manufacturing, database management systems, just-in-time manufacturing, and just-in-time inventory management. Increases in productivity have tended to lead to long-term increases in real wages
An overall measure based on a quantity of output generated by a given quantity of input Increased output as a result of the same amount of input such as labor hours indicates more efficient use of a given set of resources due to process improvements or other achievements
An indication of output per employee While productivity is helpful in the analysis of an economy, it is often misleading This is because a reduction in personnel can, at times of recession for example, lead to an increase in productivity Thus output per employee may seem encouraging while overall economic performance is declining
A measure of the capacity of a biological system The efficiency with which a biological system converts energy into growth and production Can be expressed as the number of smolts produced per parent
The amount of physical output for each unit of productive input
(Ticaret) An overall measure based on a quantity of output generated by a given quantity of input. Increased output as a result of the same amount of input such as labor hours indicates more efficient use of a given set of resources due to process improvements or other achievements
(economics) the ratio of the quantity and quality of units produced to the labor per unit of time
Productivity is the amount of product created by one unit of a given factor of production over a stated period of time Productivity expresses the marginal relationship of inputs to outputs and measures the economic efficiency of production Productivity indicators ordinarily relate output to a single factor of production, creating measures like labor productivity, capital productivity, and land productivity Measures of multifactor productivity, in contrast, combine productivity indicators for multiple factors of production (labor and capital, for example) to produce a single overall measure of productivity growth
(of thought) Thought is said to be productive, since, in a sense, normal cognitive agents are capable of having denumerably many distinct thoughts In other words, to say that thought is productive means that normal cognitive agents have the competence to entertain denumerably many distinct thoughts <Discussion> <References> Ken Aizawa
productivity is the amount of output produced by a unit of input 9, 43, 584
Savings resulting from a reduction in costs Productivity savings can be realized in any business segment or function of the Company
rate of production; the amount of output per worker-hour; a measure of industrial efficiency and economic development
A measure of technical efficiency, typically expressed as the added output for an additional unit of input or the average output per unit of input, i e , labor, land, capital productivity
The rate of output per unit of input The most common international comparison of productivity is that of labor how much of a product a person can make in a unit of time For example, the labor productivity of farmer might be measured in tons of grain produced per year
The amount of output per unit of input, such as the quantity of a product produced per hour of capital employed
Productivity is used to measure the efficiency of production, and is most often expressed as a ratio of outputs over inputs
The relationship between production of an output and one, some, or all of the resource inputs used in accomplishing the assigned task It is measured as a ratio of output per unit of input over time It is a measure of efficiency and is usually considered as output per person-hour Topic areas: Staff Development and Organizational Capacity, Accountability and Evaluation, Operations Management and Leadership
The rate of output per unit of input
Qualtity of production from a set of inputs Productivity can be increased by improving the quality of the factors of production
weight of dry matter produced in a given period by all the green plants growing in a given space (Daubenmire 1968b)
The output of any production process, per unit of input To increase productivity means to produce more with less In vegetation, productivity is the ability to produce life: to create carbon compounds from atmospheric carbon dioxide through photosynthesis (See net primary production ) In factories and corporations, productivity is a measure of the ability to create goods and services from a given amount of labor, capital, materials, land, resources, knowledge, time, or any combination of those Since capital goods tend to decline in value and wear out, most economists distinguish between gross capital productivity (total yield) and net capital productivity, which dicounts depreciation (Source: Mintzer, 1992)
{i} generativeness, creativeness; fruitfulness, prolificness, state of accomplishing a large amount of work
The rate of production of biomass "Primary productivity" refers to the biomass produced by the photosynthesizing plant components of an ecosystem
productivity rate
The amount of work performed in a particular time
marginal productivity theory
In economics, the theory that firms will pay a productive agent only what he or she adds to the financial earnings of the firm. Developed by writers such as John Bates Clark and Philip Henry Wicksteed at the end of the 19th century, marginal productivity theory holds that it is unprofitable to buy, for example, a man-hour of labour if it costs more than it contributes to its buyer's income. The amount in excess of costs that a productive input yields is the value of its marginal product; the theory posits that every type of input should be paid the value of its marginal product
maximum productivity
state in which the maximum amount of work or goods are being produced in the minimum amount of time
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increase of productivity
verimliliği arttırma
productivity
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