Can you prove that your employees are productive and efficient? The father of modern business management, Peter Drucker, is often attributed with a saying: “If you can’t measure it, you can’t improve it.” On the surface, the quote seems obvious. Without goal posts, how will you know if you’re winning? But it goes deeper than that: Even if you are winning, do you know why you are winning and how to learn from your wins? The latter question gets to the heart of the matter. What parts of your business are leading to your desired results, and how can you use that data to improve overall operational efficiency? Using workforce analytics can help lead to better employee and workforce productivity outcomes.