ECCI hosts free seminar on Performance Management
There is a growing demand for awareness among business nowadays in terms of improving productivity at work while looking closely at employee-manager relationships. The answer is to create systems that work and stimulate people?s thinking about Performance Management.
This is the main topic of the seminar entitled ?Performance Management ? Attract, Develop and Retain Talents" which will be hosted by ECC International, one of Asia?s leading training and consulting firms, this Friday, May 19, at the SPRING Singapore. Mr. Narayanan Sreenivas, managing director of ECCI Group of Companies will talk on the key components in designing and implementing an effective performance management system (PMS).
Discussions will also draw concepts from Performance Measurement, People Management, including People CMM, Strategic Planning, Process Improvement and Total Quality Management.
Target participants include senior management, Human Resources directors / managers and training managers.
Participants are expected to gain a profound understanding on the various elements in performance measurement, organizational culture, policies and resources ? all of which will pave the way to effective PMS.
Software firms say ?strategize? to win the game
Amidst the booming market for software product tools in the region and the continuously growing prospects that it has to offer, it is still best to ?strategize? before jumping into the bandwagon.
This was according to the top executives of five huge Philippine-based software development companies that have tried investing, yet gained little in their past business ventures, during a recent business forum.
The officials stressed the importance of having sufficient information about the business and the target market where to sell the product. ?
Jupiter Systems president Juan Chua said his company set up company in China three years ago with the hope of breaking into the market. Their venture, however, failed. But with the setback came lessons which served as guide for future ventures.
Chris Stolk, president of Stag Philippines said a company must know how to handle the ?gimme pigs" in the business. He said these [type of] clients are those who want all the services but will never pay for them.
?If they say something, document it. If they don?t sign the change order, then don?t do the work," he said. His advice: Learn when to turn down a client.
(Parts lifted from BusinessWorld, May 16, 2006 issue)
ECCI Singapore Moves into New Office, Launches New Services
ECCI Singapore has relocated to a new office at Redhill Forum, near the Redhill MRT Station, starting today. The move is in line with Group?s regional expansion plans and aimed to support a wider range of services and products to be offered in Singapore. With the expanded set-up and resources, ECCI will be offering the following services in Singapore:
1. Public Trainings (Open Enrolment);
2. In-housing Trainings;
3. Consulting, Assessment & Maintenance
Through an expanded network of experienced and seasoned consultants and trainers, ECCI Singapore is positioning itself as the specialist in Quality and Process Improvement Tools & Techniques. Along with the Group?s expertise in Standards-based management consulting and training for the ICT, IT-enabled Services (ITES) and BPO sectors, ECCI Singapore is able to service not just the manufacturing sector, but also the ICT, ITES and BPO sectors.
A knowledge-based company committed HR & Organisational Development, ECCI will include in its Public Training Calendar its Signature Training Series, which features some of the latest trends and best practice in the market. Public trainings in Singapore will be offered starting June 2006.
New office address and contact details for ECCI Singapore:
16 Jalan Kilang Timor Redhill Forum
#04-03 Singapore 159308
Tel: +65 6390 5840 / +65 6390 5839
Fax: +65 6390 5819
For enquiries, kindly contact Ms. Annie Chong, Email: email@example.com
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