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Best Practices for Productivity Improvement Course

By: Centre for Public Service Productivity and Development

State, Nigeria

20 - 22 Nov, 2018  3 days

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USD 500

Productivity is a cornerstone in managing a successful organization operation in a competitive market environment. Today’s organizations competes not only with the next door operation but world-wide and to succeed requires more effective and efficient use of all the resources available to a business; the essence of productivity.

To be able to manage resources in such a manner requires our supervisors, executives and managers to be equipped with new knowledge and skills in productivity practices so that they can value-add to business operations in a tangible way. This course aims to provide such knowledge and skills for our organizations to remain competitive and profitable.  

Course Objectives

This 4-day workshop aims to equip participants with the knowledge and skills to implement basic productivity practices in the workplace

The contents of the workshop are:

  • What is productivity all about?
  • Effective use of resources and how to measure their effective utilization
  • Understanding cost and time factors in producing goods & services
  • A closer look at MAN as a factor of business operations in a competitive environment
  • Identifying factors that lower productivity
  • What a productive environment is all about
  • The impact of management decision making
  • Understanding basic productivity management models part 1.
  • Understanding basic productivity management models part 2.
  • Building up a productivity framework
  • Productivity partners upstream and downstream
  • Understanding the 4 dimensions of reality
  • The AMP model to unlimited potential

Who Should Attend

  • Supervisors
  • Officers
  • Executives
  • Managers responsible for improving productivity in the workplace.

Training Methodology

  • Lectures
  • Group Discussions
  • Exercise and Presentations.
LAGOS Nov 20 - 22 Nov, 2018
ABUJA, State, Nigeria 04 - 06 Dec, 2018
USD 500.00
NGN 180,000.00
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DR CHRIS EGBU +234 8023194131

Organizations sponsoring more than 2 Participants will get !0% discount
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