Saturday, 13 August 2011

Campaigns and Awards

Campaigns and awards are one of the ways in which national and regional productivity centres stimulate interest in productivity development.

As an example, in the Philippines, the Regional Tripartite Wages and Productivity Board has announced the conduct of the Productivity Olympics 2011 in the Zamboanga Peninsula.

Joel Ijirani, RTWPB-Zamboanga Peninsula board secretary, said the Productivity Olympics will be held to showcase the best productivity improvements, programs, and practices of micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) in the region.

Participants must have had a productivity improvement program for at least two years preferably under the National Wages and Productivity Commission's (NWPC) ISTIV productivity program, and not a former recipient of the Productivity Olympics award at the national level.

ISTIV stands for industrious, systematic, time conscious, innovative, and strong value for work.

One enterprise will be chosen for each of the Agribusiness, Service and Industry sectors.

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