By Christopher Marc Schlick, Sönke Duckwitz, Frank Flemisch, Martin Frenz, Sinem Kuz, Alexander Mertens, Susanne Mütze-Niewöhner
These lawsuits summarize the easiest papers in every one examine box represented on the 2016 Annual assembly of the Human elements and Ergonomics Society (GfA) within the German-speaking quarter, held at Institute of commercial Engineering and Ergonomics of RWTH Aachen college from March 2–4. The assembly featured greater than 2 hundred displays and 36 posters reflecting the range of subject material within the box of human and commercial engineering. This quantity addresses human elements and protection experts, business engineers, paintings and organizational psychologists, occupational drugs in addition to construction planners and layout engineers.
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In the 2014 autumn survey of the ifaa trend barometer, “human-oriented productivity management” indirectly came first place. This is the result of the combination of issues relating to process orientation and occupational health and safety, which were the most relevant according to those surveyed (ifaa 2015). Human-oriented factors have indirect, long-term effects on productivity. This is why human-oriented productivity management initially needs to raise awareness of the links that exist and try to make positive effects plausible in the long run.
However, human orientation also has a significant impact on other influential factors in productivity. This is because these factors are directly or indirectly influenced by the performance offer and thus the employee’s responsible actions which are closely associated with this (REFA-Institut 2016; cf. Fig. 3; fields marked in dark blue: performance offer; fields marked in light blue: sub-factors of productivity influenced by the performance offer). This does not include: 22 P. Stock and S. Stowasser Revenue or added value Throughput Long-term corporate goals Production planning and control Marketing strategy Quality capability Market position/market power Process organisation Innovativeness Logistics chain Performance Productivity = Factor input Workforce Operating means Materials Performance ability and its maintenance Ability to perform Material properties Willingness to perform Maintaining the performance capability Material flow Using available capacity Available capacity Material requirements Work organisation Using available capacity Lead time Material value Market position Fig.
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