Reports


30
Jul 2018

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......

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14
Jun 2018
Nigeria Productivity Journal-Call for Papers

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....

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09
Mar 2018
WANT TO IMPROVE YOUR PRODUCTIVITY? TRY OUR PRODUCTIVITY AND QUALITY IMPROVEMENT INITIATIVE

As part of our assistance to SMEs in Nigeria, The National Productivity Centre has been providing technical assistance to help build the operational and managerial capacities of SMEs across the country. Thus far, over 70 SMEs, including organizations like Afrotec Nigeria Ltd. Lagos, Niyya Food and Drinks Co. Ltd. Kaduna, Acreage Food Company Ltd. Lagos, Kewalram Chanrai Motors, Defence Industries Corporation of Nigeria (DICON), Kaduna, Arewa Metals Construction Co. Kaduna, etc., have benefitted from this initiative tagged: Productivity and Quality Improvement Programmes (P&QIP). Its main objective is to improve the productivity and......

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18
Jan 2018
Report on Labour Productivity in Nigeria 2010 to 2016

Nigeria’s GDP growth is beginning to gradually strengthen. It currently ranks 28th in the world and 1st in Africa in terms of economic size, thanks to the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) rebasing exercise, which has provided a more appropriate representation of the state of the Nigerian economy. It is interesting to note that during the period, real GDP growth rate averaged 3.9 per cent with the highest growth of 6.2 percent recorded from 2013 to 2014 and lowest of -1.5 percent from 2015 to 2016....

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