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NPCC organizes workshop on Innovation through Design Thinking

Ebène, 21 May 2019: The National Productivity and Competitiveness Council (NPCC) is organising a workshop on ‘Innovation through Design Thinking’ on 3 and 4 June as part of their effort to promote innovative practices amid local organisations and subsequently to boost up productivity at all levels.   The workshop, which will be hosted by Singapore based training, facilitation, coaching and consulting expert, Grace Tan, is expected to help participants obtain a strong insight into the realms of Design Thinking and how they can use the tools provided to bring innovation into their activities.   Technically, the workshop will enable participants to move f ...

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REGISTER HEREThe NPCC is setting up a list of external experts for the 2019 Edition of Innovation for the Education Sector (InnovEd).InnovEd is a project organized by the NPCC under the aegis of the Ministry of Financial Services and Good Governance in collaboration with the Ministry of Education and Human Resources, Scientific Research and Tertiary Education and the Mauritius Institute of Training and Development (MITD). The objective is to promote and instill creative, critical and innovative thinking among students. Experts in the following fields: Interactive Media | Cultural Heritage | Performing Arts | Visual Arts and Crafts | Design | Languages and Publishing are required to assist in ...

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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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