The Director-General/CEO of the National Productivity Centre (NPC) invites the General Public to the 18th National Productivity Day Celebration and Conferment of National Productivity Order of Merit (NPOM) Award which will hold on Thursday 28th November, 2019. See invitation…...
INTRODUCTION The National Productivity Centre (NPC) is a Federal Government Parastatal under the Ministry of Labour and Employment. In line with the Centre’s mandate of enhancing individual and organizational productivity, it seeks to engage the services of competent Contractors/Consultants for the execution of its capital and constituency projects under the 2019 budget as follows: SCOPE OF GOODS, WORKS AND SERVICES CATEGORY A (GOODS) LOT G01: Purchase of Library Books and Equipment. LOT G02: Supply of Motorcycles for Youths Empowerment for Owerri Federal Constituency Imo State. LOT G03: Supply of Transformers to Owerri......
The National Productivity Center (NPC) has carried out a two day specialized training of 50 members of staff of federal ministry of environment who are in the directorate cadre. This training which held from July 29 to 30, 2019, had as its theme: “Green Productivity and Environmental protection for sustainable development”, at Valencia hotel, Abuja. The Director-General of NPC, Dr. Kashim Akor, while delivering his welcome address, urged participants to see the training as an avenue to acquire necessary skills for effective service delivery. Dr. Akor said: “This two days training is......
President Muhammadu Buhari, GCFR has approved the re-appointment of Dr. Kashim Yunusa Akor as Director-General of the National Productivity Centre for a second and final term of four years with effect from 20th May 2019. The approval was conveyed in a letter Ref.No. SGF.58597/TAB/II/TI/73 of 10th July, 2019 signed by the Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Boss Mustapha. Dr. Kashim Akor, a Productivity Expert and Consultant of over two and half decades had in his first tenure repositioned the Centre in line with contemporary global trends in Productivity Management. This......
NATIONAL PRODUCTIVITY CENTRE 2-DAYS TRAINING Training Programme Date Download Flyer/Form Workplace Transformation Challenge 1st Run: 28th – 29th August, 2019 2nd Run: 11th – 12th December, 2019 Download Managing Human Resources for Productivity Improvement 4th – 5th September, 2019 Download TQM as a Productivity Improvement Tool for Achieving Organizational Excellence 9th – 10th October, 2019 Download High Performance Work Practices for Enhanced Competitiveness 6th – 7th November, 2019 Download ...
NATIONAL PRODUCTIVITY ORDER OF MERIT (NPOM) AWARD CALL FOR NOMINATION In furtherance of the Federal Government’s commitment to Productivity improvement in the economy and the ideals of excellence in service, the Government through the National Productivity Centre instituted the National Productivity Order of Merit (NPOM) Award. Click here to Download the pdf copy...
The National Productivity Centre (NPC) is a Federal Government Parastatal under the Federal Ministry of Labour and Employment. The Centre executes its mandate by stimulating productivity consciousness towards the attainment of higher levels of productivity in all sectors of the economy. The Centre is organizing four (4) different Training Programmes as follows:- i) High Performance Work Practices for Enhanced Competitiveness Date: 26th – 27th September, 2018 ii) Total Quality Management (TQM) as a Productivity Improvement Tool for Achieving Organizational Excellence ......
The National Productivity Centre (NPC) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Nigeria Entrepreneurship Forum (NEF) to conceptualize and implement various projects in Human Capacity Development. This project is aimed at strengthening the competencies and competitiveness in the public and private sectors for enhanced Productivity in the Nigerian economy with a view to improving the quality of life of Nigerian Citizens. Other objectives of the projects are to; Sustain new and existing entrepreneurs through Human Capacity Development. Strengthen the growth and development of Micro Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) in Nigeria. Identify......
This is to invite members of the University Community, Research Institutions/Organizations, Individuals, Productivity Practitioners, Captains of Industries, Manucfacturers; Leaders of the Business Community, Labour Union Leaders, relevant Stakeholders and the general Public to submit well researched manuscripts for publication in the “Nigeria productivity Journal”. For more details, see the flyer above....