Experts debate role of management in current economic climate
- United Arab Emirates: Monday, September 10 - 2012 at 10:05
- PRESS RELEASE
The role of management and its related change, project and risk programmes were under spotlight at the inaugural APMG-International Showcase which made its debut in Dubai on September 9, 2012.
Speaking at the conference Alan Harpham, Chairman, APMG-International, a global examination institute said that leaders are urged to consider the role that effective management plays at many levels, including the organisation and industry as well as on a nation's economic development.
"We believe that organisations must be change and be ready to implement new methods and practices, as well as support professional education at all levels, if management teams are to be in the best shape to navigate the varied market conditions."
Delegates were offered insights to the use of management programs by leading providers of business training and consulting across Change, Project and Risk Management.
Further insights were provided during the keynote presentations by Ivano Iannelli of Dubai Carbon Centre of Excellence and Carl Pitts of Etihad Airways.
"Ensuring that management best practices and processes are well-oiled is key to continued growth. We must recognise that our ability to manage our resources is vital for survival," Harpham concluded.
Senior management delegates from diverse business sectors gathered at the APMG-International Showcase Middle East hosted by The British University in Dubai (BUiD).
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