Excelforth Consultancy has officially been an IPEC Bureau Authroised Training & Examination Provider since 2015, under the Business Excellence scope. Since then their signature Operation Excellence workshops have gained greater recognition and popularity, with more organisations engaging Excelforth to increase productivity and improve efficiency. Excelforth is a consulting and training company that operates in Malaysia and Singapore, serving clients from various sectors and industries.
Among Excelforth’s area of specialisation includes Lean Thinking, Six Sigma, Lean Six Sigma, Total Productive Maintenance, Total Quality Management / Business Excellence and Integrated Quality Management System. Their reach throughout the region continues to grow with their most recent programme conducted in Suzhou Industrial Park, China, on 1 June 2017. This workshop focused on “Root Cause Analysis and Problem Solving” with the latter often cited as the top skill to ensure business success.
The workshop is designed to drive organisations to get their teams to cultivate and sharpen this skill by mastering one of the most effective problem-solving techniques: Root Cause Analysis. It was a thoroughly hands-on workshop with participants learning the tools and techniques of Root Cause Analysis by applying them to current problems faced at their workplace. Participants exhibited great enthusiasm throughout the workshop as they learnt the importance of Root Cause Analysis and the impact it could have on their organisations.
Overall the workshop was an enlightening one for participants as its interactive nature provided everyone a clear understanding of what Root Cause Analysis is and how it relates to problem solving. The key takeaways are (1.) the ability to effectively use the fundamental tools associated with Root Cause Analysis and (2.) the opportunity to practice Root Cause Analysis and its associated tools in a real workplace problem situation.
We recently conducted a video shooting of the National Transformation 2050 (TN50) Aspiration for Early Childhood Education at the Treetop House School in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The school’s primary objective is to nurture young children to be the global leaders of tomorrow, teaching and embedding in them the three values of reality, relationship and responsibility.
Featuring the Founder of the Treetop House School, Mr Cham Mat, and its Principal Ms Apsara Menon, the video will highlight some interesting talking points centred around their views on the Malaysian Government’s blueprint related to the foundation of the education system after 2020, their aspirations as teachers in the coming years, seeing as the teaching profession is one of the most demanding and, their thoughts on instilling the importance of human capital as part of early childhood education.
Stay tuned for the release of the video which will certainly give an interesting perspective from professionals who live their lives caring, loving and teaching children.
Today marks the World Accreditation Day as a global initiative, jointly established by the International Accreditation Forum (IAF) and the International Laboratory Accreditation Cooperation (ILAC), to raise awareness on the importance of accreditation.
This year’s theme focuses on how accreditation can support professionals in the construction industry, ranging from contractors, manufacturers, designers to architects, civil engineers and regulators.
IPEC Bureau is strongly supported by the Malaysian Government under the purview of the Ministry of Science, Technology & Innovation (MOSTI) and is accredited by Standards Malaysia.
Our involvement in the ISO project plays a vital role for Asia-Pacific’s economic activities to achieve all sustainable development goals as the key element of regional policies on quality.
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Bulletz is back, this time with a new look! This month we have highlighted a number of game-changing events and happenings such as the announcement of our CEO Dr Juliana Lim’s appointment as a TN5O Ambassador, IPEC’s TEP Jeuner Beauty Academy Salon & School opening a new training centre, our participation in the ISO COPOLCO 2017 and our support of the 520 Reignite Love from Borneo event.
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Two National Transformation 2050 (TN50) ambassadors, IPEC Bureau’s Chief Executive Office Dr Juliana Lim and the Executive Director of ABIM Mr Jufitri Joha were guests at yesterday’s NX Now live online talk show. The show sought the thoughts and opinions from both on how to build a better future for Malaysia.
The talk show, held at Sri Pentas, Bandar Utama, primarily discussed the TN50 initiative and the role of its ambassadors. TN50 was launched by Malaysian Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak early this year, to shape Malaysia into the country its citizens aspire it to between 2020 and 2050.
On her role as an ambassador and the changes she can initiate for a more progressive Malaysia, Dr Juliana said: The Future Of TN50 Group will identify key topics and points on the people’s aspirations and will proceed to deliberate them, and even conduct workshops, to gain further insights on the thoughts of the people, especially the youth.”
Watch yesterday catch-up here :
Becoming an IPEC certified professional gives you international recognition as a qualified and competent industry practitioner which will go a long way to boost your progress as a professional and the prosperity of your business or practise. Kan Oi See is a great example of this. She is a Certified Business Excellence Lean Six Sigma Black Belt by IPEC Certification Bureau and also has, in her credentials, a Master of Business Administration and Bachelor of Science in Mathematics, Certified Professional Trainer by IPMA UK, and a Certified ISO 9000 Auditor/Lead Auditor by SIRIM Malaysia, among others.
Oi See is a corporate improvement program expert and consultant with Six Sigma & Lean expertise in manufacturing, service and business processes. Her career spans 24 years of experience in key positions such as ACE Manager, Quality Systems Manager, Training Manager and Director with major organisations such as Carrier International, Halex Holdings and more. She was also a business and operational excellence consultant, and has been part of various business reviews and projects specialising in quality and productivity improvements with establishments such as hospital, medical centre, education group, IT and bio-tech companies.
One of Oi See’s greatest credentials is her successful record of being a hands-on practitioner in developing and driving corporate Lean, Six Sigma and quality-based programmes that form the basis of corporate supply chain management strategies. IPEC’s ISO / IEC 17024 Certification of Person is a globally accepted benchmark for human resources enhancement, upskilling and reskilling that focuses on examining competence of persons. Oi See is the latest in a long line of professionals that embody the importance of IPEC’s certification.
On the impact of IPEC’s certification and the traction it has given to her professional career, Oi See said: “I have total confidence in IPEC’s Certification which is fully ISO 17024 accredited. I am delighted to say that my Lean Six Sigma expertise, personal attribution, analytical strength and industry performance was professionally assessed.”
“The Certified Operation Excellence Lean Six Sigma Black Belt status has elevated my professional value which led me to a Director’s position in Human Resource and Process Improvement at a PLC. It is a great advantage for a person with my current portfolio being a Principal Consultant in the consultancy industry,” she added.
The National Transformation 2050 (TN50) got into full swing on 22 May 2017 at Bookmark @APW, Bangsar. The event kicked off with opening remarks from Malaysia’s Minister of Youth and Sports Khairy Jamaluddin leading up to the official announcement of 10 TN50 Ambassadors, with IPEC Bureau’s Chief Executive Officer, Dr Juliana Lim, amongst them.
The objective of the TN50 initiative – launched by Malaysian Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak early this year – is to shape Malaysia into the country its citizens aspire it to be, over the 30 years spanning 2020 – 2050. It aims to reach out to the younger generation to discover their aspirations and hopes for the country.
“I’m excited to be a part of this initiative by the government and am honoured to be selected as an ambassador to engage with like-minded youth and experts. This initiative is a bottom up act that involves the aspirations of Malaysian citizens as such, an unconventional futuristic vision is what Malaysia should aim to build on after 2020,” said a proud Dr Juliana.
“Sustainable Human Capital Development is the key driver for promoting the 3Qs (Quality Opportunity, Quality Income & Quality Life) for the Rakyat which will have a highly positive impact on the happiness index,” she added.