As I learn it is always clear that there is room for improvement. But the law of diminishing returns says that at some point you are wasting effort to try to squeeze out the last penny of returns.
90% of my overwintered hives were strong enough to contribute to early splits which I sold as nucs - which might correspond to pollination work. Only 65% produced harvestable honey - mostly because the others swarmed or had a queen issue at a bad time. Interestingly some hives that were weak early made good honey crops.
If I only count productive hives then my honey crop far surpassed the TN average, but the apiary average only beat it by a little.
I'm wondering what kind of numbers are a reasonable goal to work toward - I'm betting you guys will know.