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Professor Mike Dillon is Technical Director of the Institute of Productivity and is a world-renowned expert on manufacturing strategy and on the seafood sector. Mike has worked with United Nations agencies for over 20 years - either writing best practice guides or designing and leading projects in developing countries. Recently Mike has been involved in a number of major international projects, working with the United Nations Industrial Development Organisation.
Mike is Vice-President of the World Network of Productivity Organizations; a Fellow of the World Academy of Productivity Science; Senior Research Fellow at Grimsby Institute in the UK; and Secretary of IAFI, the association of seafood professionals.
Mike has been invited onto the board of a leading green technology firm - Clean Green Pallet Company - and will act as their corporate social responsibility director.
John Heap is Managing Director of the Institute of Productivity; President of the World Confederation of Productivity Science; President of the European Association of National Productivity Centres; visiting professor at Srinivas Institute of Management Studies in Mangalore, India; co-editor of the International Journal of Productivity & Performance Management; a Member of Council of the Institute of Management Services; a Member of the Advisory Board of the Institute for Consultancy and Productivity Research (India); and a director of Juice e-Learning.
John has been involved in a number of recent international projects working with the United Nations Industrial Development Organisation.
John, like Mike, is the author of a number of books and journal articles and a regular keynote presenter at international conferences.
Measuring and Improving Social, Environmental & Economic Productivity: Getting It Done
John P Heap, Mike Dillon
This is the first in a series of books from the Institute of Productivity aimed at providing a comprehensive, practical approach to the measurement and improvement of performance and productivity, at organisational and at national level.
These books are aimed at a range of audiences - from policy-makers and strategists, through project officers and facilitators to (especially) the practitioners - those responsible for 'Getting It Done'.
The books introduce and explain relevant concepts and theory but they always take the reader through specific approaches, techniques and examples that act as a template for practical implementation.
The books are designed to be pragmatic ... to give real world approaches and solutions. They are designed to be brief ... and to be complementary. Though each book stands alone, maximum benefit comes from applying the concepts across the series of books - Getting It (All) Done.
- Publication Date:
- 095727260X / 9780957272606
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 6" x 9"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Business & Economics / General