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 rewards InnovEd 2019 winners

Bell Village, 12 July 2019: The winners of InnovEd 2019, organised by the National Productivity and Competitiveness Council (NPCC), were rewarded yesterday at an award ceremony at the Rajiv Gandhi Science Centre, Bell Village.   This year the NPCC innovated with the concept of “Mind to Market”, that is creative ideas from the mind of students are translated into prototypes which were improved further into products and services having a potential to be marketed. The novelties introduced in InnovEd 2019 included the Innovation Clubs at school level, a MasterClass on Innovation in Education that was held in April and a CREAThon in which prototypes in the Innovation Clubs ...

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NPCC organises workshop on I4

The National Productivity and Competitiveness Council (NPCC) is organising a training workshop on the theme “Prepare your Organisation for Industry 4.0” at the Holiday Inn on Thursday 4 July with the objective of showing participants how this new trend will affect both society and business. The training is conducted by Dr. Andrea Ferrari, the Head of the Innovation Strategy team at the RINA Consulting Industry Business Unit, Genoa, Italy. Dr. Ferrary earlier had delivered a talk on Industry 4.0 at the NPCC in May.   The one-day training workshop is designed to provide a comprehensive view and insightful approach on the potential of Industry 4.0. Participants will ...

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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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