REDC CONDUCTS PROGRAMME ON MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT
The Rausing Executive Development Centre (REDC) conducted a customised Management Development Programme (MDP) – Level 3 for Descon’s senior management. The programme took place from November 13 to 18, 2017 at REDC. It was led by Programme Directors Dr. Jamshed Hassan Khan and Dr. Anwar Khurshid and was supported by Dr. Syed Mubashir Ali and Dr. Jawad Syed. Industry giants like Syed Babar Ali, Abdul Razak Dawood and Asad Umar came as guest speakers and provided an interactive learning experience to the executives. By integrating key functional disciplines, this programme helped participants develop the capability to envision, influence, control and implement the strategic direction of the organisation. The programme aimed to expand their knowledge across all functional areas and develop a holistic management perspective.
REDC AND THE DUTCH EMBASSY COLLABORATE ON DAIRY ECONOMICS WORKSHOP
The Rausing Executive Development Centre (REDC) at the Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS) and the Dutch Embassy collaborated on a workshop on Dairy Economics, which took place at REDC from November 11-12, 2017.
Mr. Jelle Zijlstra from the world-renowned Wageningen University and Research Centre led the workshop. He flew in especially from the Netherlands to conduct this workshop. He has over 25 years of experience within the dairy sector. His recent projects have focused on the economic results of farm expansion, labour management on dairy farms, improving sustainability within the dairy chain and the development of national and international dairy sectors.
SDSB FAMILY RETREAT - GREEN FIELDS DAY
On November 11, 2017 faculty members of Suleman Dawood School of Business visited Green Fields Country Club (GFCC) to spend some time together but away from day to day academic rosters. Departing from SDSB at 8:30 AM in a foggy morning provided the colleagues with ample time to discuss matters of their interests while on the way to Greenfields such as sufism, spiritualism, science, politics, patriotism, sports and tourism. At GFCC it was an active and exhaustive day and everyone chipped in at the turfs of cricket, kasoti, cards, and fuse-ball while motor boating and horse-riding had their own charm. Certainly, it was a well spent day.
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