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28 May 2015

Participants from all over Tokyo picked the brains of two world-renowned knowledge management (KM) gurus, Dr. Laurence Prusak, Executive Advisor to The World Bank and NASA, [Read More]

26 May 2015

group photoEighteen delegates representing 14 APO members attending the Multicountry Observational Study Mission on Branding Local Specific Agricultural Products through the Use of Geographical Indications, 25–30 May [Read More]

22 May 2015

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Registrar Corp. Vice President David Lennarz giving a presentation at the APO-Registrar Corp. Seminar on US Food and Drug Administration Regulations for Japanese Manufacturers and Exporters [Read More]

21 May 2015

IMG_4777APO Secretary-General Mari Amano (L) in conversation with Vice Prime Minister of Vietnam Vu Duc Dam on 14 May 2015 in Hanoi.

 

IMG_3268APO Secretary-General Amano [Read More]

19 May 2015

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Delegates from Sri Lanka at the APO Secretariat during the Individual-country Observational Study Mission on Quality Customer Service through Productivity Enhancement on 19 May. (L–R): National [Read More]

13 May 2015

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APO Senior Program Officer K.D. Bhardwaj enlightening engineering students pursuing Master’s degrees at Yokohama National University, Japan, on “Productivity, Economy, and Role of Engineers and How [Read More]

1 May 2015

The 57th Governing Body Meeting (GBM) of the APO opened in Bangkok on 27 April 2015. Fifty-six delegates comprising APO directors and their advisers from 18 [Read More]

28 Apr 2015

The 57th Governing Body Meeting (GBM) of the APO opened in Bangkok on 27 April 2015. Fifty-six delegates comprising APO directors and their advisers from 18 [Read More]

23 Apr 2015

SG with NPOHead IndiaSecretary-General Mari Amano (R) with APO Alternate Director for India and Director General of the National Productivity Council (NPC) Harbhajan Singh during a visit to NPC [Read More]

9 Apr 2015

Globally, more than 66% of the world’s population is predicted to be urban by 2050. A serious implication of expanding urbanization will be a decline in [Read More]

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