Many financial institutions think of training solely as an expense, at AMMC we consider training to be Investment, an investment in your people. AMMC have developed an intensive five days management certificate program tailored for the banking and finance community in the Middle East and Africa. The program is compatible with California Bankers Association training program and the Bankers Academy of New York. The five days program will taught by the top bankers consultants and educators from USA.
This course will focus in operations management, organization behavior and leadership. Operation, one of the primary functions of a firm, is concerned with the systematic design, management and improvement of the processes that transform inputs into finished goods or services. As marketing induces the demand for products and finance provides the capital, operations produce the product (good and services).
This course provides a foundation for understanding the operations of a firm and provides the skills necessary to critically analyze a firm’s operating performance and practices. Unlike courses that treat the firm as a “black box,” we are primarily concerned with opening up the black box and discovering what make a firm tick—or, for that matter, stop ticking. In contrast to management courses, the focus here is on the technological rather than matter than human dimension of a firm’s internal operations’though there are obvious connections between the two that will be explored. In contrast to the measurement focus of accounting courses, the concern here understand what elements of a firm’s operations enable it to produce quality outputs at a competitive cost structure. That is, we focus on how the “physics” of material, work and information flows and design and management of a firm’s processes interact to determine a firm’s cost structure and its ability to compete effectively in terms of such non-cost measures as quality, variety and speed.
Because the operations of a firm vary widely from one industry to the next, a course like this cannot cover all topics that are relevant to any given industry. Rather, a set of topics that is fundamental to understanding operations in a wide range of industries have been selected; these concepts are then illustrated using cases from a diverse set of businesses.
How can you motivate employees to go above and beyond the call of duty? How can you be sure that your decisions are not biased? What tactics can you use when you do not have the formal authority to tell someone what to do? This course adds an understanding of life in complex organizations by covering topics spanning the micro, or individual, level of analysis (e.g., motivating employees, making effective decisions, matching compensation to jobs); the macro, or organizational level of analysis (e.g., designing an organization to fit with strategic objectives); and also topics that integrate these two levels (e.g., negotiation tactics, managing with power and developing a strong culture). The processes necessary to organized motivate and lead people engaged in collective activities are explored; the course will also develop concepts and strategies to help you to become a more effective leader. Readings, cases, exercises and videos have selected to illustrate the conceptual and applied aspects of individual, group and organizational behavior. This course will discuss the issues of management and leadership in Africa and Middle East private and public sectors through discussion and class participation.
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This one day course is designed for junior commercial lenders, credit analysis, business development officers and branch managers. The course will discuss:
By managing risks at the enterprise level, financial institutions can achieve a complete and timely view of all threats and opportunities. Today the regulators are pushing banks to consider all risks and to create a strategic/capital plan based on increased capital standards. Basic viability is an issue for some banks. This course will cover key principles of managing and monitoring risks, including credit, compliance, audit trends, ALLL, and legal risks.
Trends and requirements, framework and metrics. Governance and Reporting
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