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Your ‘Productivity  Architecture’ is the combination of processes, tools, methodologies, and cultural aspects that collectively contribute to the efficiency and effectiveness of your operations.

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Rivor Advisory Productivity Architecture Diagram

The productivity matrix

Common problems with productivity architectures include a lack of alignment with business goals, poor communication, inefficient processes and workflows, resistance to change, and inadequate employee engagement. Overreliance on technology, insufficient training, and a failure to adapt to changes in the business environment can also hinder productivity. Additionally, unclear performance metrics, security and compliance concerns, and a lack of adaptability contribute to challenges. Addressing these issues requires a holistic approach with a focus on aligning processes with organisational goals. 

Rivor aligns the components of productivity to support the organisation’s goals and objectives, regularly assessing and refining the productivity matrix to stay responsive to changing business environments and technological advancements.

  • The way an organisation is divided and structured, including departments, teams, and reporting relationships. The structure should support efficient collaboration and communication.

  • Defined and optimised processes for completing tasks and achieving goals. Efficient workflows ensure that work moves smoothly through the organisation without unnecessary bottlenecks.

  • The use of appropriate software and tools to streamline tasks, automate repetitive processes, and facilitate communication. This includes project management tools, communication platforms, and collaboration software.

  • An organisational culture that values efficiency, collaboration, and continuous improvement. This includes encouraging a proactive and results-oriented mindset among employees.

  • Clear metrics to assess and track the performance of individuals, teams, and the organisation as a whole. This helps in identifying areas for improvement and making data-driven decisions.

  • Effective communication channels and strategies that ensure information flows smoothly within the organisation. This includes regular meetings, clear documentation, and the use of communication platforms.

  • Ongoing training programs to equip employees with the skills and knowledge necessary for their roles. This helps ensure that the workforce remains adaptable and capable of meeting evolving demands.

  • The adoption of adaptability principles that enable the organisation to adapt quickly to changes in the business environment. This includes iterative project management, rapid prototyping, and the ability to pivot when necessary.

  • Recognising the importance of employee well-being and implementing initiatives that promote work-life balance, reduce stress, and foster a positive work environment.

  • Implementing robust measures to protect sensitive data, ensuring compliance with regulations, and maintaining the trust of customers and stakeholders.

Rivor Advisory Productivity Architecture Capability Statement

Download our Productivity Architecture Capability Statement.

Our Credentials

Project Snapshots

Management Model

Services Organisation

Conducted a comprehensive review of the organisation’s business portfolio, aligning services delivered with actual operational entities. Leveraged insights to devise a tailored management model, optimising administration to precisely match management needs. This strategic approach enhances overall efficiency, ensuring seamless alignment between business operations and administrative support.

Corporate Services Costing


Collaborated on creating comprehensive costing models for service costing and contract management, encompassing approximately 25 budget agencies. Leveraged strategic insights and industry expertise to craft optimised cost structures, fostering streamlined resource allocation and enhanced budget management for improved operational efficiency and effective contract oversight across the agencies.

Strategic Organisational Redesign

Aged Care

Crafted a visionary five-year strategy, encompassing market opportunities and transformative recommendations to tackle upcoming challenges. The strategy outlines precisely how the organisation can adapt and excel. Embraced by a comprehensive implementation plan, it empowers the organisation to navigate change successfully, ensuring a prosperous and agile future.

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