An opposite way to raise productivity is creativity. A creative person can generate high value products in short time - an extremely high productivity largely irreproducible by machine. This is not only the case of people like Picasso (who stated "I don't seek, I find"), whose production has a skyrocketed value, but more in general of a society where everybody is well educated and trained in what's his and her inclinations and talents can lead to and results. High labour skill - possibly in connection with all-purposes machines like computers - generate high productivity. The economic productivities of such processes is enhanced by a market which recognizes and pays for quality and innovativeness and a business / network organisation and that allows for such creativity to flourish (instead of being repressed).


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