Hong Kong Power Company Holds QC Circle Convention | Quality Alchemist

CLP Power Quality Control Circle (QCC) Convention was established in 2002. It aims to offer our staff a platform to submit any creative ideas they may have to improve processes, procedures and overall operations in the form of a proposal. CLPP QCC Convention is one of key quality culture activities and HKSQ exco members were honored to be invited as guests for the Convention. Moreover, our former chairman Dr. Aaron Tong was one of judges.

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Michel Baudin‘s comments:

The QC circle, born in Japan in the early 1960s and the object of a short-lived fad in the US and Europe in the 1980s, lives on as a useful tool in organizations that stuck with it, including many companies in Japan, China, India, and other Asian countries.

CLP Power has been an electrical utility serving Hong Kong for 100 years. In the jury that awarded prizes to circle projects at this convention was my friend Aaron Tong, former chair of the Hong Kong Society for Quality (HKSQ).

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KARACHI: The auto industry, especially Indus Motor Company (IMC), has done a commendable job to improve its business processes through Kaizen initiatives and activities and this practice should spread to other industries paving the way for accelerated economic development of our country.This was stated by Parliamentary Secretary for Industries MNA Pir Haider Ali Shah at the 19th Annual Kaizen Convention recently organised by Indus Motor Company (IMC) at a local hotel.

He said that growth and excellence lies in the adoption of Quality Control Circle (QCC) approach and Kaizen, which have enabled IMC to improve its development processes taking it to new heights.

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