Ernst & Young wins top honours
Dubai, December 13, 2009
For the twelfth consecutive year, Ernst & Young has been recognised as a Most Admired Knowledge Enterprise (MAKE).
A panel of Global Fortune 500 senior executives and internationally-recognized knowledge management and intellectual capital professionals selected the 2009 Global MAKE Winners.
“Creating, leveraging and providing easy and contextual access of all our experiential knowledge to our practitioners and clients helps differentiate us in the marketplace,” stated Mala Garg, Ernst & Young’s global knowledge leader.
“The award validates our ongoing focus on evolving our knowledge culture and content creation, collection and distribution processes and systems so we can make a difference to our clients and in our communities,” she added.
Launched in 1998, the annual MAKE survey is now the leading benchmark for the world’s best knowledge-based organisations. Each year, the survey identifies organisations that stand out from the crowd in the knowledge economy.-TradeArabia News Service
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