Singapore University of Social Sciences

Productivity in a Digitalised Workplace

Productivity in a Digitalised Workplace (GSP191)

Applications Open: To be confirmed

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Course Types: To be confirmed

Language: English

Duration: 6 months

Fees: To be confirmed

Area of Interest: General Studies

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Funding: To be confirmed

School/Department: SUSS Academy


This course provides you with fundamental knowledge on the productivity concepts, principles, characteristics, improvement methodologies and tools to improve and sustain productivity at the digital workplace.

Level: 1
Credit Units: 2.5
Presentation Pattern: Every semester


  • Chapter 1: Industrial Productivity
  • Chapter 2: Productivity Measurement and Analysis
  • Chapter 3: Drive for Productivity Improvement in Singapore
  • Chapter 4: Productivity Mind-set and Continuous Improvement
  • Chapter 5: Turning Technology Disruptions into Productivity
  • Chapter 6: Applications in a Digitalised Workplace
  • Chapter 7: Managing Organisation Effectiveness
  • Chapter 8: Productivity Drive and Employee Engagement
  • Chapter 9: Productivity Improvement Methodologies

Learning Outcome

  • Identify and distinguish features of industrial productivity and relate them to the productivity improvement framework in Singapore looking at productivity improvement strategies and techniques.
  • Describe productivity measurement techniques and analyses for assessment of performance at the national, industry and corporate level including establishing specific operational productivity measures for the workplace.
  • Discuss the importance of cultivating productivity mind-set for continuous improvement for higher productivity in organisations.
  • Embrace technology disruptions into productivity enablers to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of the workplace.
  • Apply productivity tools to complement and enhance the digitalized workplace.
  • Discuss the process of implementation the productivity drive in organisations and engagement of employees in productivity improvement activities.
  • Able to describe the application of some productivity improvement methodologies
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