DQG, e-TQM College host key seminar
Dubai, November 30, 2008
Dubai Quality Group (DQG), in collaboration with e-TQM College, recently organised a seminar entitled "Transforming Workgroup and Corporate Performance" to discuss tried-and-tested approach to transforming corporate performance.
The seminar joins DQG's growing portfolio of customised services designed to help industry professionals and organisations remain highly competitive.
Leading international speaker, Prof. Colin Coulson-Thomas, professor of direction and leadership at the University of Lincoln and chairman of Adaptation, Cotoco and Policy Publications, addressed the gathering.
Leveraging his extensive experience as adviser to over 100 successful companies, Prof. Coulson-Thomas provided participants an alternative, research-based and tried-and-tested approach to transforming corporate performance in key areas, with examples of projects undertaken by pioneers of the new approach.
"DQG is pleased to offer this exciting and important subject as we believe this will greatly help companies in the UAE become more efficient, effective, innovative and competitive."
"This was an excellent opportunity for DQG members and the whole business community to learn from one of the foremost experts of improving corporate performance," he added.
"It was evident that participants greatly benefited from Prof. Colin Coulson-Thomas’ views, which we believe will enhance their capacity to help drive the UAE economy into the next level of business excellence," said Marwan Al Sawaleh, chairman of DQG.
The seminar sought to help participants adopt a range of approaches available for improving performance and for them to focus on areas that offer the greatest growth and business opportunities.
The seminar offerred a highly flexible format, which allowed it to accommodate participants from a wide range of background, including senior executives, internal and external advisors to senior executives; academics and students; planning managers/directors; finance managers/directors; senior business analysts; business development managers; R&D managers; business project managers; operation managers; market information managers; and IT professionals.-TradeArabia News Service
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