Productivity quote of the day: "Ideas are one of the ways to gain a real competitive advantage, but the top management executive need not furnish the ideas himself." by Marvin Bower
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NPCC unveils InnovEd 2020

Ebène, 05 February, 2020: The National Productivity and Competitiveness Council (NPCC) launched today the latest edition of InnovEd, an initiative aimed at promoting and instilling creative, critical and innovative thinking among students.Secondary schools are presently being invited to participate in InnovEd 2020, which will again build on the theory of Multiple Intelligences along with themes targeting the creative industries. The themes are Interactive Media, Cultural Heritage, Performing Arts, Visual Arts and Craft, Design and Languages and Publishing. Students will have up to 17 February to register. “InnovEd is an important initiative that aims at honing the innovative ...

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Mauritian organisations deliver brilliant performance at ICQCC 2019

Ebène, 1 October 2019: The six Mauritian teams that were part of the delegation led by the NPCC to participate in the International Convention on Quality Control Circles (ICQCC) 2019 have delivered a brilliant performance in this global event which has seen the participation of hundreds of organisations across 14 countries.   The four Mauritian organisations that obtained the Gold Awards include Phoenix Beverages, Employees Welfare Fund (EWF), SS Business School and Neel Trading and Facilities. The other two organisations, namely Natec and Rajiv Gandhi Science Centre, won Silver Awards.   The six organisations were the Grand Winners of the second edition of the ...

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Productivity Tools
5S, 7W, QC, ESS, IE, commonly known as KAIZEN tools, are foundations for productivity improvement. With these basic tools a company can become both effective and efficient. Kaizen means continuous improvement in quality, technology, process, company culture, productivity and leadership. It comes from the Japanese word “Kai” which means “change” or to “correct” and “zen” which means “good”. The word Kaizen means “continuous improvement”.
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