Wednesday, 30 March 2016
How to improve productivity, using schools and education
Here at Education Research for Corporations, we've applied the productivity model to schools. In this model, pupils are workers and we measure their productivity on the basis of written output. All other outputs are not measurable and are therefore excluded. We find that some children are not producing writing for long sections of the day. We have recommended that in order to produce the next generation of employees, we need to turn this around. From now on, we propose that all children from 5-18 spend at least 90% of the day sitting writing. This will enable them to transition smoothly and efficiently to the workplace.