Wednesday, 17 July 2019 12:17

Crossing Borders, Together!

One other practice that Monitor ERP has introduced to its Malaysian subsidiary is of non-hierarchical communication between management and employees, which is used to facilitate problem-solving. In this situation, discussions are full and frank, and everyone is able to comment and come up with ideas within the group in order to find the best possible solutions to problems. Then there is the Swedish practice of Fika, which is a break during work at which they all gather to drink coffee or tea and chat about whatever comes to mind. As they need to get new employees up and running fast, they feel like there is no better way than being able to ask questions whenever they arise.

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  • Best Practices Type Infographics
  • Industry Manufacturing
  • Company Name Monitor ERP System
  • Geographical Selangor
Wednesday, 17 July 2019 11:53

Towards Efficient Work Process via Lean Resolutions

The employees have implemented twelve resolutions through Lean project that has reduced wastage in terms of time, cost and manpower. All these approaches contributed to the reduction of black dot. Prior to Lean, the defect rate was 93 percent due to black dot and was reduced to 28.29 percent after Lean. Lean’s approach also helps DSA employees to understand the effective and productive working methods. All these approaches have led to reduction in wastage at the workplace. DSA Dynamics is confident that all types of improvements that are carried out will continue to bring full benefit to the company and its employees.

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  • Best Practices Type Infographics
  • Industry Services
  • Company Name DSA Dynamics (M) Sdn. Bhd.
  • Geographical Terengganu
Wednesday, 17 July 2019 11:35

Exterminating Pests Globally with Anticimex

Leveraging on its repertoire as a globally renowned brand, the Anticimex Group entered the Malaysian market in 2017 - further cementing its ASEAN presence. The Group laid the groundwork with the acquisition of a home-grown pest control company known as DC Hygiene (now known as Anticimex), due to its coverage and growth potential in Malaysia. The acquisition strategy bodes well for Anticimex, as a way to expand their business into new, international markets such as Malaysia. By securing a local company in the same industry, it expedites the learning curve and allows for better market penetration.

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  • Best Practices Type Infographics
  • Industry Services
  • Company Name Anticimex Pest Management Sdn. Bhd.
  • Geographical Selangor
Wednesday, 17 July 2019 10:43

Processes Integration as the Key to Better Productivity

Processes Integration as the Key to Better Productivity

As the nation is moving towards the status of a developed country, many interested individuals and organisations are looking for opportunities to develop their projects on strategically located lands. Enticing as it may sound, the lengthy albeit necessary processes ensure the rights of land owners are preserved, as stipulated in Article 13 under the Federal Constitution. The supreme law exists to ensure that land owners are protected from being taken advantage by irresponsible parties and see to it that the owners are adequately compensated for their lands. Recently, PTG Johor accomplished a phenomenal feat which involved seven villages spreading over 20,000 acres of land in the Pengerang Integrated Petroleum Complex (PIPC) project, including Refinery and Petrochemical Integrated Development (RAPID). These projects forced PTG Johor to identify the critical points that would be able to greatly reduce the time taken in completing one land acquisition process, without bypassing or contradicting any stipulated laws, down to a minimum of 2 months from the gazetted date. This achievement was a result from its exceptional management method and its willingness to embrace innovative ideas and instil critical thinking culture among its staff.

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  • Best Practices Type Infographics
  • Industry Public Sector
  • Company Name PTG Johor
  • Geographical Johor
Wednesday, 17 July 2019 10:38

A New Drive in Fishery Industry

A New Drive in Fishery Industry

In alleviating Sarawak’s economy through fishery, LKIM Sarawak saw a golden opportunity to expand the existing and potential agriculture businesses via tourism industry. Fully aware of the abundant fresh seafood availability plus with its unique places as points of interest, LKIM Sarawak engages the local fishermen and proposes the development of potential areas as tourist attractions. This approach also benefits the fishermen as it will help improve their living standards significantly.

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