QRCE, Intaj sign business education deal
Amman, June 6, 2009
Queen Rania Center for Entrepreneurship (QRCE), a non-profit NGO, and Intaj, a leading IT association, also an NGO, recently signed an agreement aimed at exchanging expertise in the Jordanian business sector, particularly in ICT areas.
As a first step to activate the agreement, a new training course titled “Innovation in Business” will soon be announced; the organisation and design of the subject matter will be the responsibility of QRCE.
Intaj, due to its experienced staff in this area, will make available competent trainers with long experiences in innovation techniques.
The three-day course aims to define, stress the importance and means of development of, and utilize the innovation concept in the business environment.
In addition, the course will offer effective practical solutions that will boost participants’ capabilities in bringing about change in their companies and establishments, and facilitate the adoption of the required enhancements, which will definitely result in the creation of innovative-support environment.
“It reflects Intaj’s efforts that aim at establishing solid partnerships which benefit all parties concerned with the purpose of serving the human resources development efforts in the communications and information technology sector,” said Abdul Majid Shamlawi, Intaj’s executive president.
Mohammad Khawaja, acting director of QRCE, said: “In today’s world of business, innovation is not something luxurious that can be ignored by traditional administrators at any establishments.”
“We strive to build Jordanian companies capable of competing within or outside Jordan, with the aim of surmounting the limitations of the Jordanian market volume and upgrading Jordanian industries-including software industry- in order to increase our knowledge-base economy,” he added.
All interested private and public sectors will be invited to benefit from the various joint activities stemming from signing the above-mentioned agreement, according to a report. – TradeArabia News Service
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