Malaysia Productivity Corporation (MPC) via Digital Productivity Nexus (DPN) embarked on the initiative ‘Go B.I.G with Digital’ which aims to achieve breakthrough productivity via digital and technology adoption for drastic and huge impacts in businesses. ‘Go B.I.G with Digital’ focuses on catalysing productivity growth for breakthrough results, strengthening integrity and empowering best practices and good values to increase productivity growth or ‘Go B.I.G with Digital’.
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Enterprise Productivity Enhancement Scheme feats Opel Matic Sdn. Bhd.
Opel Matic is one of the companies that had participated in the Enterprise Productivity Enhancement Scheme introduced by MPC. Through this scheme, the company has managed to reduce wastages in the work process for output optimisation.
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MyGAP is a certification scheme designed by the Department of Agriculture in 2002 to give recognition to farms that practice Good Agricultural Practices (ABP) with the concept of embedding environmentally friendly, safeguarding the welfare and safety of workers to produce quality, safe and edible products.
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A case study developed by Behavioural Insights team in MPC to enhance awareness about MyGAP certificates in our local products.
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KPJ Penang strives to be the hospital of choice amidst strong competition in Penang. In sustaining its service excellence, KPJ Penang promotes a culture of innovation to keep it ahead of competitors. Through Team Excellence (TE) project, Flexi Support was developed internally as an effective tool aid in facilitating the X-Ray process for Motor Vehicle Accident (MVA) patients.
In 2016, KPJ Johor implemented a Team Excellence (TE) project to improve the rehabilitation services offered to customers. The aim was to reduce the risk of fall and increase moderate dependency among patients as well. It is crucial for this project to be implemented as it enhances patients’ safety thus reducing patients’ dependency on staff in performing Activities of Daily Living (ADL).
KPJ Selangor Specialist Hospital spent as little as RM474.50 for the project and able to regain large payback to all seven implemented resolutions. KPJ Selangor Specialist Hospital managed to secure the safety of their food preparation when no contaminated food issues reported from May 2016 until October 2017 as compared to 10 incidents reported within the same months in previous year. Customers are more satisfied with the service as the Customers Satisfaction Index (CSI) increased from 75% to 90.5% after the implementation of the project.