Mike Dillon, Chairman of WCPS, has been in India as part of the planning for the World Productivity Congress in Bangalore. During his visit, he met the Deputy Chief Minister of Karnataka to discuss the legacy that Congress could leave for the State. The picture shows the Deputy Chief Minister welcoming
At a Board meeting in Beijing, China, a number of changes were made to the officers of WCPS. Peter Watkins was named President of WCPS, replacing John Heap who resigned from the role. Mike Dillon was named as Chairman of WCPS. Chen Shengchang was named as President of the World Academy of Productivity
The 18th World Productivity Congress has just closed. It was a remarkable success - in terms of both its technical content and the quality of discussion surrounding the programme. The WCPS wishes to thank JAFCON, the local host organiser, for making the Congress such a success. Further details, including the Congress
The Board of WCPS met in Bahrain to discuss the forthcoming World Productivity Congress to be hold in Bahrain in November 2106 (from 26th - 30th).
The theme for the XVIIth Congress held in Halifax, Nova Scotia from 19th – 21st October was Big Data for Productivity: Everything Changes. The Congress was held in partnership with the Big Data Congress and was a big success - importantly establishing the productivity impact of Big Data ... but recognising the context
WCPS has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with JAFCON Ltd of Bahrain to host a World Productivity Congress in Bahrain in 2015. The picture shows John Heap, President of WCPS signing the agreement with Mr Ebrahim Radhi, representing JAFCON.
The Board of WCPS met in New York to finalize plans for the forthcoming World Productivity Congress in Halifax, Nova Scotia, and to consider a proposal to hold the next Congress in Bahrain in 2016. This proposal was approved and the Board looks forward to taking the Congress to the Middle East for
One of the long-standing friends of WCPS - Georg Kell - has sent us this letter. We thank Georg for his friendship and reassure him that WCPS remains committed to the ideals of the Global Compact. George Smith - who remains our principal point of contact with the UN - in
We are very sorry to have to report the death of Edmund Sung, a long-time friend of WCPS, at the young age of 58. Edmund served as the local host organisation (Hong Kong Productivity Centre) program manager for our World Congress held in Hong Kong and Beijing in 2001 and worked