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Sarawak Public Sector Conference 2014
25 November 2014 | Pullman Hotel, Kuching

KUCHING: The state civil service plays a major role as the principal propagator of Sarawak’s harmony by nurturing and fostering the spirit of working together and empowering one another through policies, administrative practices, initiatives and programmes that can strengthen the relationship between different communities in the state.

According to State Secretary Tan Sri Datuk Amar Morshidi Abdul Ghani, this approach has been well thought through and crafted as transformation strategy to realise the dream of a harmonious Sarawak.

“A few examples of these include induction programmes for new officers into the civil service which also comprise extensive coverage on understanding and appreciating different cultures while an additional deputy Resident post at respective offices was created with specific responsibility over social development and harmony within the residency,” he said at the Sarawak Public Sector Conference 2014 which was officiated by Chief Secretary to the Government Tan Sri Dr Ali Hamsa here yesterday.

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CMM 20th Anniversary Dinner Celebration
17 May 2014 | Pullman Hotel, Kuching

Centre for Modern Management (CMM) is organised a Dinner Function on the 17th May 2014 at a leading hotel to celebrate its 20th Anniversary in business. With the theme “Flashback to the 60s”, the prime objective is to recognise the contributions of the Board, staff and its trainers, as well as showcasing its talent pool. The highlight of the dinner was the launching of the Coffee Table book narrating 20 amazing years of transforming people and organizations, in pictorial form. All these synergise with the anniversary theme “While CMM is well-known for its training activity; it is the people that make us famous”. Over the years under its various human resource and organizational development initiative, CMM has trained more than 130,000 participants under its in excess of 5,000 programmes.

The guest of honour was YB Datu Haji Len Talif Salleh, Assistant Minister in the Chief Minister’s Office (Promotion of Technical Education), also Assistant Minister of Environment Sarawak, representing YAB Tan Sri Datuk Amar (Dr) Haji Adenan bin Haji Satem, Chief Minister of Sarawak.  Also present was YB Tan Sri Datuk Amar Haji Mohamad Morshidi Bin Abdul Ghani, the State Secretary who is also the Chairman of the Centre. Other invited guests included senior government officers, past Chief Executive Officers, Board members, heads of departments, trainers/facilitators and officers from the Sarawak Foundation and its subsidiaries.

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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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