ASM met with the Malaysia Productivity Corporation (MPC) on 21 March 2023.
The main objective of the meeting was to identify common ground between both agencies and move forward with joint efforts to enhance productivity and innovation in Malaysia by implementing the 10-10 MySTIE Framework. It could be the game changer in boosting the productivity and competitiveness of the nation’s well-being and prosperity.
The Malaysia Productivity Corporation (MPC) is a government agency that focuses on enhancing productivity and competitiveness in Malaysia. It was established in 1962 as the National Productivity Council and was later renamed to the Malaysia Productivity Corporation in 1997.
The main objective of the MPC is to drive productivity improvements in various sectors of the economy, including manufacturing, services, agriculture, construction, and mining. It works closely with industry players, government agencies, and other stakeholders to identify productivity challenges and opportunities, and to develop and implement strategies to improve productivity.
The MPC provides a wide range of services and programs to help businesses and organizations enhance their productivity. These include productivity consulting, training and development, benchmarking, research and development, and productivity awards and recognition programs.
In addition to its core focus on productivity, the MPC also works on other areas such as quality management, innovation, and environmental sustainability. Its efforts have helped to improve Malaysia’s competitiveness and economic growth and have contributed to the country’s overall development.