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Softwaregestützte Konstruktion von Produktivitätsmodellen im Facility Management

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Das Konzept der Produktivität, definiert als Relation der Produktivitätsfaktoren, Output zu Input (Farrell 1957), nimmt in Gegenwart und Vergangenheit eine singuläre Rolle im Selbstverständnis von Organisationen ein (Deming 1982; Coelli 2005). Im Bereich der Sachleistungen hat es eine immense Aufmerksamkeit aus verschiedenen wirtschaftlichen Perspektiven erhalten (Drucker 2010; Wagner 2010; Nesta 2008; Daveri und Jona-Lasinio 2008).

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Becker, J. et al. (2013). Softwaregestützte Konstruktion von Produktivitätsmodellen im Facility Management. In: Thomas, O., Nüttgens, M. (eds) Dienstleistungsmodellierung 2012. Springer Gabler, Wiesbaden. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-658-00863-5_10

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