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The Launching of CMM 20th Anniversary Celebration
30 January 2014 | Centre for Modern Management

Centre for Modern Management (CMM) is challenged to produce world class civil servants for the state and the region.

State Secretary and CMM chairman Tan Sri Datuk Amar Mohamad Morshidi Abdul Ghani said as the sole training provider for the state civil service, CMM must be able to produce civil servants who could face future challenges.

He clarified that state civil servants must be top- notch in delivering their services, as professionalism is important in the Sarawak civil service.

According to him, world class civil servants must be skillful, knowledgeable, competitive and carry out their duties with integrity.

He disclosed this at the launch of CMM’s 20th anniversary celebration held at its campus in Semenggok, near here last Thursday.

Activities planned for the year include those on corporate social responsibility, motivational talks for students and staff, and a 20th anniversary dinner to be graced by Chief Minister Pehin Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud in April.

CMM was privatised and renamed in 1994 and since then has became a wholly owned subsidiary of Yayasan Sarawak.

Since its inception, CMM had trained not less than 130,000 participants at all levels of the state civil service, and is aiming to train 300,000 more in the next 20 years.

CMM chief executive officer Syeed Mohd Hussien in his welcoming remark said CMM held a record for implementing not less than 5,000 runs of human resource and organisational development programmes in various categories including academic programmes at Masters level in collaboration with international and local universities in the past 20 years.

Apart from in-house training programmes, CMM also provides a wide range of other training programmes such as competency for career development, induction programme, and technical programmes for major technical departments in the state.

“CMM, a primary training provider for the state civil service played a major role in human resource development, with emphasis on local training and continuing education to meet the resource needs of the Sarawak civil service,” he stressed.

CMM board members as well as other invited heads of departments and community leaders were also present at the launch.

(*Taken from Borneo Post Online)

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Re-Launching of Toolbox
17 May 2013 | Centre for Modern Management

A re-launch of “The Toolbox” was held on the 17th May 2013 at Brilliant Room by the CEO, Tuan Syeed Mohd Hussien. The staff sharing session has been going on for the past two and a half years but had a temporary break at the end of April 2013. The toolbox provides a forum for management and staff to interact and share information on current issues of interest. A quick opinion survey revealed that staff had a good impression on the toolbox session, especially in closing the information gap across departments, as well as between management and staff. The real value appears to be the more sustainable impact in terms of efficient informed decision. Its non-hierarchical nature allows any staff to voice their concern in a positive mode, thus attracting immediate attention and action. Traditionally it was conducted during every working Friday of the month, but this is now expected to be a once a month affair, and conducted in a more formal setting. (more)

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Sharing Session: "Empowering CMM Newsletter"
24 April 2013 | Centre for Modern Management

A presentation by CBG staff on how to enhance CMM's Newsletter was held at C.I.N.T.A. Room on the 24 April 2013. The main objective of this session was for the presenters to give feedbacks based on their research finding on TIME Magazine, and at the same time suggests ideas that can be used to improve on the in-house newsletter, besides showcasing their presentation skills. The staff were also given the opportunity to pick the best presenter, and the winner was En. Willie Ebin.

In his remark, CEO Tuan Syeed Mohd. Hussien stressed that the main objective of the newsletter is to cascade the Transformation agenda of the SCS, noting that holistic transformation transcends organizational set up and include such dimension as personal attitude and customer relationship. The occasion also witnesses the handing over of certificate of appreciation and special thanks for the Administrative Professionals Seminar (APS) event management team for their outstanding performance during the recent seminar on the 16 & 17 April at Berjaya Times Square Hotel, Kuala Lumpur.

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