In order to optimise labour productivity across the country we need:

  • Sufficient training data specific to labour productivity
  • To assume that people are working as 'hard' as their productivity network allows rather than anything other draconian assumptions.
  • & most importantly to understand the economy in terms of labour productivity.

As a result we define a productivity network of an individual, using the definition below:

A productivity network is a network built of an individual's interactions with other assets, people and processes to create value.

Of course, these connections can be 'good' and 'bad':

This occurs as a result of many factors and issues that arise between each node within the network:

Thankfully, literally every member of the economy operates with such a network, so:

  • Learning how to optimise the value of each network is possible via the oceans of training data that already exist.
  • The economy simply becomes a network of multiple productivity networks, so by optimising one, then many networks, we transform the economy.
FACT: This is exactly the same modelly procedure used in modern material analysis systems such as FEA to optimise material properties. Here we have repurposed this math for economic outcomes.





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