World Productivity Congress
Professor Mike Dillon
Mr. Peter Watkins
The WCPS links individuals and organizations around the globe who are committed to (or want to explore) productivity improvement as a means of creating wealth and improving the quality of life for regions and nations.
We take a broad, inclusive and holistic view of productivity recognizing that to be sustainable, businesses, governments and other organizations have to address social, environmental and economic productivities. We focus on and promote approaches that measure and improve all three facets of SEE productivity.
WCPS works primarily through its two Divisions – the World Network of Productivity Organizations(WNPO) and the World Academy of Productivity Science(WAPS). WCPS identifies and supports WNPO organizations that include both national and regional productivity promotion organizations. WAPS identifies and inducts Fellows who are eminent professionals that devote much of their life-enhancing productivity science development and implementation. In addition, the members of the WCPS Board- who are all experienced productivity professionals – can be called upon to facilitate workshops and conduct training to help others work through their own, tailored approaches to improving productivity.
We organize World Productivity Congresses and a series of smaller, customized regional events to support our network and spread our message. As a global organization, we recognize and celebrate geographic and cultural differences and do not promote a “one size fits all” programme or methodologies.
World Productivity Congress WPC
Our Academy WAPS
The World Academy of Productivity Science (WAPS) is the Academy of the World Confederation of Productivity Science.
WAPS is an academic body for carrying out activities focused on knowledge management, capacity building, research, and recognition of productivity professionals through its activities and programs.
The Academy has the mission of promoting productivity development to achieve world peace and prosperity. It aims to uphold the interests of its Fellows and members and support the development of WCPS.
Our Network WNPO
Network Partners are responsible for the promotion of WCPS-sanctioned events, and, in particular, World Productivity Congresses to their own membership and within their own national boundaries.
Go to INDEX of current Network Partners click on the continent.
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The productivity science movement has benefited from the work of a number of original scientific thinkers and practising engineers. These pages pay brief tribute to the early pioneers who made the whole productivity movement possible and who set the foundation for the development of productivity science.
Call for Paper: IJPS Volume 2 Issue 1, January 2023
The International Journal of Productivity Science (IJPS) is a professional publication of World Academy of Productivity Science (WAPS), the academic division of World Confederation of Productivity Science (WCPS), an apex international body engaged in the promotion of productivity.
IJPS is a digital publication about disseminating the views and knowledge of experts across disciplines, sectors, geographies, and professions with respect to Social, Environmental, and Economic Productivity issues.
We invite you to contribute to IJPS a paper that is relevant to your area of expertise.
Productivity Science. A Global Movement.
Dr. A. N. Saxena
History of the World Confederation of Productivity Science (WCPS) The World Academy of Productivity Science (WAPS)
Thinking aloud, I recalled Benjamin Franklin who once said: “If you would not be forgotten as soon as you are dead, either do something worth writing or write something worth reading.”
I realized the same in my life. I do not claim to have done much worthy writing and therefore, let me console myself by documenting the history of WCPS which could provide useful information, could equally serve as a guide to the present generation of productivity practitioners, and be of some benefit to those who will spearhead the global productivity drive in the years to come.