Letter: Time to improve productivity

I welcomed the opinions of Alan Wood (Interview, 10 March). The success of a new product lies not just in development, but in managing the people required to produce it. An organisation can ensure employees are not working longer hours than necessary and that their productivity is not consequently affected through excessive tiredness or stress. […]

I welcomed the opinions of Alan Wood (Interview, 10 March).

The success of a new product lies not just in development, but in managing the people required to produce it. An organisation can ensure employees are not working longer hours than necessary and that their productivity is not consequently affected through excessive tiredness or stress.

We are already supplying software for time management to many UK businesses, many of whom have achieved significantly improved productivity. It is important that when we talk about improving productivity we do not forget to mention the importance of such value-added software.

Janice Gibson, Smart PeopleTime, Codicote, Herts