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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.

  • Best Practices Type Infographics
  • Industry Public Sector
  • Company Name PTG Johor
  • Geographical Johor
Wednesday, 29 May 2019 07:59

Everything is Possible: Seamless Land Acquisition Management at PTG Johor

“PTG Johor has successfully improved the land acquisition process that is fully compliance to the law, specifically to the Land Acquisition Act. We only took an average of two months to transfer a single land ownership to the acquiring agency during Pengerang project, which is an exemplary achievement. I strongly believe that when there is a will, there is always a way and nothing is truly impossible when we really put our minds to the challenge. As a result of those beliefs and also the unwavering support from the staff, we managed to form a dedicated taskforce, a systematic work distribution flow including the restructuring of overall work process to increase our productivity. We also implemented the old yet effective barter trade system to ensure the necessary documents are furnished in a punctual manner.” Pn Suhailizan binti Suliman, Deputy Director (Management), Pejabat Tanah dan Galian Johor.

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  • Best Practices Type Case Studies
  • Industry Public Sector
  • Company Name PTG Johor
  • Geographical Johor
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