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Chairman for MGI Australasia Grant Field shows how businesses can increase productivity in an article published in Business News Australia and Anthill

21st November 2016

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MGI Worldwide is pleased to share an article published in the October 24th edition of Business News Australia and November 18th edition of Anthill, by Grant Field, Chairman for MGI Australasia and Director at MGI South Queensland, a member firm of MGI Worldwide since 1972.

Entitled 'How the "Magnificent Seven" can increase your productivity', the article examines seven key areas that need to be addressed for businesses keen to improve their return on capital employed (ROCE).  ROCE is a measure of a company's efficiency (how much "bang for your buck" a business is getting for the time and resources that have been invested) and if this is too low then business leaders need to look at these seven essential areas.

You can read Grant's full Business News Australia article HERE and the full Anthill article HERE.

Grant Field profile pictureA bit about Grant

Grant has operated an accountancy practice in Brisbane, Australia for 30 years, specialising in family businesses.  He was also a former International Committee (IC) member for MGI Worldwide, representing MGI in Australasia.

For more information on Grant and MGI South Queensland, you can visit the firm's MGI Worldwide member profile HERE.

MGI Worldwide is a top 20 ranked global accounting network with some 5,000 independent auditors, accountants and tax experts in over 260 locations around the world.

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