The National Wages and Productivity Commission holds a national productivity conference every two years to serve as a platform for information and ideas exchange on new and emerging events and issues affecting the country’s productivity and competitiveness. Through the years, the conference has helped raise awareness on the importance of productivity and competitiveness to the country’s economic growth. Relevant studies and papers of experts and practitioners from industry, academe and government agencies are presented and discussed, providing the Commission and the Boards directions for research and policy and program review and development.
2018 REPORT OF PROCEEDINGS
“People-Centric Technologies, Breakthrough Innovation for MSMEs”
“People-Centric Technologies, Breakthrough Innovation for Productive MSMEs” is the theme of the 2018 National Productivity Conference. It aims to broaden and deepen the conversation on the prospects and opportunities for technology and innovation-driven growth for the MSME as industry 4.0 gains momentum.
The conference gathers experts from different industries and sectors to lead the discussion on innovation, creativity, next-generation solutions and breakthrough technologies as fundamental and potent forces for sustainable growth and development.
- Undersecretary Zenaida C. Maglaya, Department of Trade and Industry
- Director Reynaldo R. Cancio, National Economic Development Authority
- Congressman Raymond Democrito C. Mendoza, Trade Union Congress of the Philippines
Department of Trade and Industry
Asian Development Bank
Mr. Jose Alvaro Severino “Jas” Nito, Go Negosyo
Willis Towers Watson
Analytics Computing Complex Systems (ACCeSs) Lab
Asian Institute of Management