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With agile working on the increase, analysis of quality time spent for creating value is getting attention. Rapidly changing workplace pushes away from traditional office culture to dynamic environments with own devices, home office, and mobility. A recent study revealed that 82% of respondents expect mobile devices to play a critical role in business productivity.
All those changes impact the way organizations work, and this impact is not automatically positive.
Workplace productivity analytics reveals how productive employees are, whether or not they are using tools, time and resources as expected, which work culture changes are productive and which are not.

These are some of the questions every manager must be able to answer:
How much time in my company goes into activities that do not create value for the business?
Has the productivity advantage promised by the new digital technologies materialize for me?
What about working at any place and any time, does this concept map to the reality of my business?
Agile Productivity and Activity-based Work
Recognition of the employee activity patterns provides a great deal of knowledge. Knowing who talks to whom and how, what are the most commonly used steps to accomplish a particular business task such as closing a deal or coordinating a team helps to establish most optimal procedures.
Organizational Structures and Business Units Activities
From the company perspective, organizational structures are the building blocks, uniting people, tools and processes. It is imperative to understand what actual structures exist, how they evolve, address business needs and what has to be done to maximize the impact potential they offer.
The way an organizational structure is laid out is also directly correlated to the way a particular business problem is solved. Good structure maximizes communication and collaboration, placing the people with the right skills, roles and functions at key structural nodes. This ensures correct decisions are being made in shortest amount of time.
Provisioning for Productive Business Processes
Well designed business processes are vital for productive workplace. Process discovery and analytics delivers insight into whether standardization efforts are needed, and do teams require policies or best practices for involving every team member.