Sunday, 14 August 2016 12:18

Best Practices Sharing through International Conference on Public Sector Productivity

10 August 2016 : The CEO of City of Melville, Western Australia, Dr. Shayne Silcox urged that innovation is the way to remain relevant and to provide effective and efficient public service delivery. During his presentation, he further explained that about 25 percent of time is spent on not working on any tasks, such as sick leaves or arriving late to work. In this regards, eliminating waste at work is required for continuous improvement.

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Friday, 02 September 2016 12:17

Sharing of Best Practices on Modernising Business Licensing (MBL) initiative

1 September 2016 : Two officers from Raub District Council and Pekan District Council shared their best practices in speeding up the process of business license approvals. Both of the presenters agreed that this initiative has allowed the business community to be able to conduct their transactions and activities more productively and easily, thereby leading to reductions in business costs.

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Wednesday, 14 September 2016 12:15

Sharing of Best Practices through Business Excellence CEO Forum

8 September 2016 : This forum serves as a platform to share knowledge and experiences from Business Excellence practitioners on best practices in managing organisational resources and performance towards sustainability. Eleven companies received the Malaysia Productivity Innovation Class (MPIC) certification for achieving the outstanding performance score based on Malaysia Business Excellence Framework (MBEF).

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Tuesday, 14 March 2017 11:28

Reducing composite waste – Initiative towards improving process efficiency (2016)

Composite material is one of important elements in manufacturing of aircraft components. Carbon Fibre Reinforced Polymer (CFRP) has been the main type of composite material used in CTRM. With the introduction of new ply cutting process, CTRM has benefited over RM4 million of cost saving and reduces material waste to landfill by two tons annually.

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Tuesday, 14 March 2017 11:27

Quality sustainability for creditable Saga (2016)

It was further discovered that the department at Proton only achieved 57.2 and 40 percent of front end assembly and clearance fitting accuracy fender with hood rates respectively. However, these performances did not match with the department KPIs of 80 and 85 percent respectively. A rework time of 120 seconds per car was in need before it can be sent to the warehouse. The implementation of the ICC initiatives provides a better solution in the reduction of defects during the fender and hood installation at the body assembly line. This has brought to an improvement of 87.5 percent and 80 percent respectively. This achievement has led Proton to save a cost of RM57,160 per year.

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