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8th World Productivity Congress, Stockholm, Sweden (1993)

By |2020-11-05T20:58:33+00:00May 27th, 1993|

The Market Economy - The Strategy for Growth Date: 23rd-27th May 1993 Patron: H.M.King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden Key Speakers: H.E.Patricio Aylwin, President of Chile Mr. Carl Bildt, Prime Minister of Sweden Prof. Michael Porter Registration Fee: SEK8,125 583 participants plus 61 spouses and staff This Congress was organised in partnership with the Royal

7th World Productivity Congress, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (1990)

By |2020-11-05T20:58:52+00:00November 22nd, 1990|

Creating Lasting Change Date: 19th-22nd November 1990 Kuala Lumpur Hilton 19th - 22nd November 1990. Key Speakers: Dr Milton Friedman Dr. Krish Pennathur Dr. Curt Nicolin Registration fee: M$1560 (approx US$580) The congress was organised in partnership with the National Productivity Centre of Malaysia. At the time, Tor Dahl was President of WCPS. The Kuala

6th World Productivity Congress, Montreal, Canada (1988)

By |2020-11-05T20:59:17+00:00September 28th, 1988|

Learning from Experience: Winners, Losers and Forerunners Date: 25th-28th September 1988 Montreal Convention Centre 25th - 28th September, 1988. Keynote Speaker: Tom Peters. Registration fee: $CDN550 (approx $US435) The Congress was organised in partnership with the Canadian Council for Productivity. At the time, Tor Dahl was President of WCPS, Dr. Martin T. Tveit was Chairman

5th World Productivity Congress, Jakarta, Indonesia (1986)

By |2020-11-05T20:59:34+00:00April 16th, 1986|

Productivity as the Driving Force in National and World Development Date: 13th-16th April 1986 Organised in partnership with Department of Manpower, Republic of Indonesia and the National Productivity Council of Indonesia, At the time, James L. Riggs was President of WCPS and Martin T. Tveit was Deputy-President of WCPS. The Jakarta Declaration A statement unanimously

4th World Productivity Congress, Oslo, Norway (1984)

By |2020-11-05T20:59:58+00:00May 16th, 1984|

The New World of Productivity Date: 12th-16th May 1984 This Congress was organised in partnership with The Norwegian Productivity Institute. At the time James L.Riggs was President of WCPS and Martin T. Tveit was Deputy President. The Oslo Declaration With the understanding that productivity: is a universal concept aimed at providing more and more goods

3rd World Productivity Congress, Detroit, USA (1981)

By |2020-11-15T22:29:20+00:00November 5th, 1981|

World Productivity Congress Date: 17th-20th May 1981 With the great initiative of the American Institute of Industrial Engineering and the WCPS, the Third World Productivity Congress was held in Detroit from 17 to 20 May 1981. This become possible due to the untiring efforts of Dr. William Wrennall, the WCPS President who was a leading

2nd World Productivity Congress, Sydney, Australia (1977)

By |2020-11-15T14:26:36+00:00September 30th, 1977|

World Productivity Congress Date: 26th-30th September 1977 The Congress attracted a very large participation from countries both from the west and the east and the Oceana Region, important among these being the USA, CANADA, the U.K., JAPAN, INDIA, MALASIYA, SINGAPORE, PHILLIPINES, INDONESIA, and NEW ZEALAND. Funding assistance towards the travel of delegates from the Commonwealth

1st World Productivity Congress, Bombay, India (1973)

By |2020-11-15T14:03:10+00:00December 13th, 1973|

Productivity Science for the Progress of Mankind Date: 10th-13th December 1973 It was organized by the National Institute of Training in Industrial Engineering and the Indian Institution of Industrial Engineering, Bombay, in association with five other bodies in the field of productivity science. The outstanding success of the congress was marked by a record attendance

World Productivity Congress, London, United Kingdom (1969)

By |2020-11-05T19:55:40+00:00November 5th, 1969|

Work Study, Productivity and the World Standard of Living Date: April 1969 The forerunner of all subsequent Congresses was a first event held in April 1969 in London. This was the first time that a global gathering of productivity experts had been held. The theme was Work Study, Productivity and the World Standard of Living

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