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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NLE 2020 kicks off with a Training of Trainers

Ebène, 10 March, 2020: The second edition of the National Leadership Engine (NLE) project kicked off on Friday 28 February at the NPCC with a Training of Trainers as the first in the series of activities intended to bring this national initiative towards its objective of building leadership capabilities among youth in Mauritius. Some 30 individuals, comprising of Youth Officers of the Ministry of Youth Empowerment, Sports and Recreation and former NLE participants were convened on Friday 28 and Saturday 29 February at the NPCC for a refresher course on leadership. The former NLE participants are actually coming back in the project as co-trainers to coach new participants.“As the ...

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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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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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