The Centre for Public Service Productivity (CeProd) has explained how Nigeria’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) can be increased, stating that Nigerians must scale personal productivity which would propel development.
CeProd Director General Dr Chris Egbu made the observation at the induction of ten new members as fellows of the Centre on Saturday in Abuja...Read More
To reduce civil unrest, industrial strikes and enhance productivity, governments and organizations need to adopt and apply best practices in public relations and protocol management in running their affairs.
This was the conclusion reached by participants at a three-day international public relations and protocol management conference held December 2-6, 2019 at the Crystal Palms Hotel, Accra.
Participants came from countries in west and southern Africa, including Malawi, Nigeria and the host-country, Ghana.
Organized by Centre for Public Service Productivity and Development (CPSPD) the conference noted that recent conflicts among presidents and leaders of some world powers are due to non adherence to best practices in international public relations and protocol... Read More
Centre for Public Service Productivity and Development (CeProd) has appealed to Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs) as well as the private sector to adopt flexible working options to improve productivity in the country.
The Director-General of CeProd, Dr Chris Egbu, made the appeal at a certification workshop and fellowship induction programme organised by the centre on Thursday in Abuja.
Egbu said that adoption of flexible working options would be of great benefits to the employers and employees, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic...Read More
The Centre For Public Service Productivity and Development has called on youths to use digital marketing technology as a tool to increase their productivity and income generation.
This call was made by Dr Chris Egbu a Director of Centre of Public Service Productivity and Development during a free training organized for youths on Digital Marketing in Lagos on Tuesday 28th January, 2020...Read More
The Board of Centre for Public Service Productivity and Development -CeProd has approved the release of free personal finance course to help household learn how to cope with the post Covid-19 era and boost national productivity.
The free course was unveiled by the Director General of CeProd Dr Chris Egbu on June 3, 2020. In his remark, Dr Chris Egbu restated that Centre for Public Service Productivity and Development remains committed to innovative problem solving, especially in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, as the Centre has braced up to the challenges posed by the pandemic and subsequently tasked itself to proffer solutions for institutions and households...Read More
The Centre for Public Service Productivity (CeProd) has emphasised the need for Nigerians to upscale personal productivity, to propel the growth of the nation’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP).
The Director General of CeProd, Dr Chris Egbu, said this at the induction of ten new members as fellows of the centre, on Saturday, in Abuja.
Egbu pointed out that increased productivity allowed firms to produce greater output for the same level of input, earn higher revenues and ultimately generate higher GDP.
According to him, one of the most important drivers of increased real GDP growth in the long run was the growth in productivity. Read More
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