Human Assets Middle East to enhance organizational performance
"Human Assets is the first magazine of its kind in the region," said Managing Partner of biz-ability, Hazel Jackson. "This new quarterly publication is intended to become the main resource point for all Human Resources and Training Managers, as well as General Managers who aim to get a greater return on investment from their human assets."
Jackson stressed the importance of the three-way partnership that is the basis of the magazine's success. "In order to be successful, Human Assets must be for and by the HR community. We therefore invited key players in the industry to participate, and we received an enthusiastic response. The initiative immediately gained the committed support of many prominent people and institutions in the region," she said.
Among the founding members of the magazine's main advisory board are the local HR & Training consultancies such as Global Training Centre, Morgan & Banks Middle East, the Executive Search & Selection firm and others, along with HR professionals from key local organizations who are amongst the major employers in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), including the Department of Tourism and Commerce marketing, National Bank of Dubai, Emirates Group, Jumeirah International, Jumbo, Al Futtaim and American University in Dubai.
The magazine's objectives are to enhance and raise the value of human resources across the Middle East region; to create a central resource point for all HR and Training professionals; to provide relevant, practical information for managers to enhance organizational and individual performance; to provide a dedicated vehicle for suppliers to the growing human resources and training market. — (menareport.com)
© 2002 Mena Report (www.menareport.com)
- New Human Assets magazine targets Middle East professionals
- SKOPOS to outline organizational impact of regional trends at 6th Human Assets Middle East Summit
- SKOPOS discuss impact of organisational culture on efforts to enhance human resource competitiveness in Egypt
- Egyptian American Bank enhances server performance
- International Concepts launches Its Strategic Center for Organizational Performance Improvement