STF offers Innovation Management in Government training

Sharjah Tatweer Forum training young government leaders as part of Innovation Week

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STF offers Innovation Management in Government training Innovation is an essential part of UAE Vision 2021, says Albloushi. (ITP Images)
By  Mark Sutton Published  November 21, 2016

Sharjah Tatweer Forum will run a course on Innovation Management in Government, as part of the UAE Innovation Week.

STF will offer the ‘Innovation Management for Government Leaders,' from 22-24th November, along with other programs and activities to promote the concept of innovation and creativity.

The Innovation Management course is being provided to improve the skills of young Emirati leaders. . The program includes essential components of the Global Innovation Management Institute (GIMI) Certification Level 1 program and covers application processes in developing government leaders and implementing innovation-based strategies. The program is available to UAE citizens and residents and will culminate with the distribution of accredited certificates from University of San Diego.

"STF has remained steadfast in its continuing commitment towards launching initiatives and programs that contribute to the ongoing efforts to promote innovation and creativity across all relevant sectors," said Jassem Albloushi, Chairman, STF. "We believe that innovation is an essential pillar of UAE Vision 2021, which is viewed as one of the vital factors in achieving sustainable development and transformation to a knowledge-based economy. Understanding how important innovation is, especially in the need to develop our future leaders, the STF is launching a wide range of new programs and activities aimed at creating more awareness and understanding of innovation. These programs will play a key role in building a vision and strategy that supports innovation-further developing a national manpower that can transform the country's visions and innovative concepts to daily working methods through using processes in support of the ideas from national entities."

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