As per our noble tradition Aali Qadr Maula(TUS) commenced 1443 AH by bestowing nayab bounties of Ilm on Mumineen, in his very first Waaz of the year Maula(TUS) addressed us as Talab-ul-Ilm ni Jamaat, and indeed it is incumbent on each of us to be lifelong seekers of knowledge.
Why one should innovate
When one should innovate
When to realise you have a good thing going and decide not to innovate
Build further don’t reinvent the wheel
How to innovate bringing a method to the madness, making sure you go from Idea to Impact
Remaining Business Minding while being employed
Moving from employment to Business
Avoiding being Service Minded in Business
The importance of governance
Governance in first for yourself and then for statutory compliance
Importance of being transparent to internal and external stakeholder
Significance of published accounts and being part of the formal economy
Should I get a credit rating for my company even when I don’t need to take credit from anyone?
Brainstorming Session on the importance of retaining knowledge within the organisation to ensure business continuity, build customer loyalty
Appoint the right man for the job
Your heirs may inherit ownership of the business but not necessarily the management
Build systems that incorporate your long term vision for the organisation
Enable the organisation to run on auto pilot by empowering people to work independently within an determined framework
Build monitoring mechanisms to flag when the systems need changing
The importance of proper posture and seating arrangements at home and office
The talk will focus on the essentials factors to optimise ones mental and emotional well being which leads to work efficiency, thought and decision making clarity, contentment and happiness
A view of the ever-changing supply chain landscape made more challenging post Covid and how one can prepare.
To what extent can we go local to reduce supply chain across extended geographies.
Importance of documentation in Local and International Trade to reduce commercial risk.
When one can call Force Majure and when not.
Trade Frauds becoming more prevalent due to peoples desperation in difficult times
Basic ingredients of a good supply chain framework
Detecting Money Laundering disguised at Trade.
How we can build a Shariah Complaint Supply Chain in the light of this.
From a time when a few Ulamas came in from other Arab countries to teach in the most basic of environments to Schools and Universities with path breaking infrastructure with a combination of international and national faculty education in the UAE has evolved to become a destination for overseas students to come here just to study.
At the same time both government and private entities have built a culture of continual learning within their organisations
In this the Year of the Fiftieth we salute the visionary leadership of the founders and rulers of the Emirates which has brought about the 50 year success story of this young nation.
A global innovation hub, remaining rooted in core values and preserving traditions the UAE carries some essential lessons in Leadership and Innovation for all to imbibe and emulate.
Importance of continual learning in today’s ever-evolving world.
New skills and new ways of doing things come-up every day, rather every hour, which one needs to be updated with always. In many fields the environment is so dynamic that one needs to run to stay in the same place.
A greater challenge than learning new skills is, unlearning obsolete ways of doing things, a conscious effort needs to be done for this.
The talk will examine key elements on how one can make a proactive continual learning plan.
In order to achieve Excellence it is imperative that one acquires the necessary know-how and hones ones skills though continual practice.
Every individual needs to be a professional in his field of work similarly every organisation profit making or otherwise needs to be professional in the way it conducts its activities.
A professional is only as effective as the environment he/she works in, hence a collection of professionals in an un-professional organisation can never lead to success and may in fact lead to the deterioration of the professional skills on the individuals who continue in that organisation.
The talk will examine the key elements that individuals and organisations should strive for to become professional.