What Productivity Really Takes
I was pleased that your cover story on productivity ("Riding high," Oct. 16) focused on management. Our research has shown that although the classical explanations of productivity growth--including capital investment, training, and human capital--may make higher levels of productivity possible, actual productivity growth does not occur unless management focuses its efforts.
Michael van Biema
Columbia Business School
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