This chapter explores further labour productivity in the wider context of the national productivity debate, and the ideological exploitation of the antagonistic dichotomy of capital and labour in the Marxian dialectic, with the inclusion of a third stakeholder, that which Galbraith called technostructure (senior management) in multinational corporations. The argument that is sustained here is that productivity needs to be about more than the optimal combination of human and technological resources as inputs to the production of goods and services.