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1 Sep 2023

Kalyan Ghimire, NPO Head of Nepal (L), and Batbileg Tsagaan representing NPO Head of Mongolia.

The Mongolian Productivity Organization (MPO) and the National Productivity and Economic [Read More]

31 Aug 2023

The Malaysia Productivity Corporation (MPC), in association with the APO Secretariat, organized an individual-country observational study mission (IOSM) on Productivity-linked Wage Systems (PLWS) in Kuala Lumpur, [Read More]

31 Aug 2023

To introduce SMEs to the concept of digital productivity and how digital technologies can enhance productivity, the Korea Productivity Center along with the APO Secretariat conducted [Read More]

31 Aug 2023

In a rapidly changing business environment, innovation is a critical driver of success that transforms challenges into opportunities, creating new frontiers for growth and impact. Organizations [Read More]

31 Aug 2023

As governments are dealing with an increasing array of complex challenges, from climate change to cybersecurity, the need for innovation in the public sector has never [Read More]

30 Aug 2023

Thai delegates including APO Alternate Director and NPO Head for Thailand Suwanchai Lohawatanakul (5th R), OSMEP Director General Dr. Veerapong Malai (4th R), FTPI Board of [Read More]

28 Aug 2023

Deputy Governor Dr. Emil Dardak (R) of East Java, Indonesia, exchanging ideas with APO Secretary-General Dr. Indra and Secretariat officers.

Deputy Governor Dr. Emil Dardak of [Read More]

21 Aug 2023

To enable APO members to understand innovations in the food ecosystem to feed their growing populations and provide nutritious, safe food for all, the Thailand Productivity [Read More]

21 Aug 2023

The China Productivity Center (CPC) in collaboration with the APO Secretariat conducted a training course on IoT Applications for SMEs in Taichung, 24–28 July. Twenty-three participants [Read More]

21 Aug 2023

Following the twin earthquakes that struck Turkiye on 6 February, claiming over 55,000 lives and leaving nearly 130,000 injured across 10 provinces, the Denizli Governorship took [Read More]

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