Smart training programmes, combining quantity, quality and focus, offer much more effective way than ‘one-size-fits-all training’ to develop national talent and achieve strategic goals in the GCC, a report said.
If Qatari nationals are to fill all of the strategic roles within the country, then nearly 80 per cent of Qataris need to develop leadership skills, a report said.
The ‘Maximising Qatari Talent’ research from Oxford St
Paragon Software Group, a leading multi-platform dictionary applications developer for mobiles, tablets and PCs, has announced the release of the Oxford Learner’s Dictionary of Academic English (OLDAE) app.
The app is a lear
Oxford Business Group (OBG), a global publishing, research and consultancy, has tracked Abu Dhabi’s fast-paced economic development for ten years.
Michelle Solomon, regional director for Abu Dhabi, said the milestone provide
Oxford University Press will celebrate the print and digital publication of the Oxford Arabic dictionary on August 28.
The dictionary focuses on the standardised variant of Arabic used in writing and formal speech, commonly known as &ls
Saudi Arabia’s reforms being rolled out in a bid to boost foreign investment, including a landmark decision to liberalise the kingdom’s capital markets, will be the focus of a study.
‘The Report: Saudi Arabia 201
Bahrain’s progress in diversifying its economy and creating an investor-friendly environment will be the focus of a special publication by global publishing, research and consultancy firm Oxford Business Group.
The growing role Islamic finance is playing in the expansion of Abu Dhabi’s banking sector will be mapped out in a forthcoming report to be published by Oxford Business Group (OBG).
The Report: Abu Dhabi 2014 will look in de
Dubai’s plan to make medical insurance compulsory would pave the way for collaborative ventures and increase the private sector’s contribution to growth, said a senior official.
New regulations governing healthcare and
The Oxford English Dictionary's (OED) online version was relaunched on Tuesday a decade after it first appeared on the internet.
The new version contains 600,000 words, three million quotations and covers more than 1,000 years of the Engli