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2017 marks the 50th year of Singapore's national productivity drive. This book provides a comprehensive account of the phases, milestones and activities of the productivity drive from its humble beginnings in 1967. The coverage ranges from the assistance that Singapore received through the United Nations Development Programme and the Japan–Singapore Productivity Development Project, to the national campaigns and programmes to build competencies in enterprises and the workforce.
The various developments are placed in the context of the economic environment and the priorities of the country at different points in time. This makes it clear why certain policies were implemented and why the productivity drive was transformed as Singapore progressed from a developing country to a developed country. Drawing insights from the 50-year history, the book concludes with a list of issues for reflection.
About the Authors
Overview of 50-Year Productivity Journey
1960s: Sowing Seeds of Productivity to Support Industrialisation
1970s: Ramping Up the Productivity Drive
Role of United Nations Development Programme: 1967–1982
Laying Foundation for the Productivity Push in the 1980s
1980s: Decade of Intense Productivity Drive
Singapore Productivity Development Project: 1983–1990
Establishing Framework to Address Total Factor Productivity in the 1990s
1990s: Intensification of Total Approach to Productivity
Shifting Productivity Gears in the 2000s
2000s: Turning Point in the Productivity Drive
Renewing the Productivity Drive in the 2010s
2010s: The Big Challenge to Raise Productivity
Back to the Future
Readership: Policy-makers, employees in different enterprises, academics and general public interested in Singapore's productivity movement.