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 Management Center

 

Management Center

Director: M. F. El Hitami
Deputy Director: Ibrahim A. Hegazy

Through the formation of strong partnerships with government, instrumental organizations, and public and private enterprises, the Management Center aims at:
   1. Developing quality professional training programs in management
   2. Assisting business organizations with applied research and consulting services
The Center includes three institutions: the Institute of Management Development, the Institute of Banking and Finance, and the Institute of Quality Management.  

 

Institute of Management Development

Executive Director: Ibrahim Hegazy

The Institute of Management Development (IMD) offers training, consulting, and research services to businesses in Egypt, the Middle East and Africa. IMD has several subsidiaries: the Executive Development Program (EDP), the Hospitality Management Program, the Quality Management Program, and the NGO/PVO Management Program.

Over the past seventeen years, the IMD has trained over 30,000 managers and administrators in seven hundred organizations.  It offers executive training and consulting services to the top and middle management levels in the public, private, and governmental sectors.

Professional Certificates are offered for top and middle level managers who successfully complete at least six courses in the above mentioned areas.  Four new professional series were recently introduced to fulfill executive skill requirements in non-traditional areas.  The series are aimed principally at the private, joint venture and investment sectors.  They  are  " The Professionalism Series,"  "The Management
Tools Series,"  " The Productivity Tools Series" and " The Professional  Managers Series."

 

Institute of Banking and Finance (AUC/IBF

Executive Director: Ashraf  Sami

The Institute of Banking and Finance (IBF) started its activities in 1982 with a few banking and finance programs that were part of the activities of the Management Center.

The IBF was established in the academic year 1986-87. IBF's offerings increased from three courses with ninety-two trainees in 1986-87 to thirty-two courses with eight hundred and sixteen enrollees in 1997-98. IBF relies for the instruction of its programs on faculty members of the School of Business, Economics and Communication, as well as finance, investment and banking professionals.

The following programs are normally offered by IBF: Banking Operations and Management, Banking Credit Management, Investment Management, Financial Management, and Finance and Investment for
Businessmen and Non-Financial Managers. These programs are open to participants from the business, investment, finance and banking sectors in Egypt and the Middle East.

A number of subjects were recently introduced in the aim of keeping the participants of our programs abreast of advanced concepts and techniques in: The Securities Industry and Capital Markets, Financial Management/Budgeting/Cost Minimization, Investment analysis and Portfolio/Fund Management, Financial Restructuring and Valuation of Enterprises, Feasibility Assessment and Capital Budgeting, Foreign Exchange and Money Markets, Investment Banking/Initial Public Offerings/Mergers and Acquisitions, Securities Trading and Brokerage/Services/Operations, and Marketing and Selling Investment Services.

 

Institute of Quality Management (IQM)

Executive Director: Shafik Badran

The Institute of Quality Management focuses on the quality requirements resulting from increased economic integration on an international scale.  The exchange of goods and services across international boundaries has created increased competition among both local and international industries. As a result, the role of quality and quality management needs to meet international standards. To compete effectively in the world market, a company must produce goods or services which compare favorably to those available on the international market, and be environmentally friendly  at the same time.

The International Standard Organization (ISO) responded to these changes by issuing its standards ISO 9000 & ISO 14000, which describe in detail the requirements of quality  and environmental management systems.

The Institute of Quality Management assists local companies with meeting these challenges by offering a variety of programs designed specifically to address the needs of Egyptian executives. These programs acquaint them with management systems that satisfy the requirements of the new international standards.

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