25 - 26 November, 2019 | Taj Dubai, Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Dr. Hamza A. Al Qadri

Quality and Excellence - SME Quality and Excellence - SME

Dr. Hamza A. Al Qadri is a Certified EFQM Assessor. He has over 14 years’ experience in managing quality processes, leading QA resources, working with the organization’s staff and top management establishing QMS, promoting excellence culture.

 

He has successfully implemented the Quality Management Systems in many organizations such as KADDB-in Jordan, Alghoubrah power and desalination plan, RTA, ADFSC, Al Ain Sports Club, and at the same time designed and maintained the quality processes, policies, procedures and daily operations for these organizations. 

 

Dr. Hamza is currently a Sr. Quality and Excellence Specialist at Road and Transportation Authority – Dubai, where he is responsible for the establishment and support managing of quality and excellence office in the corporate technology support sector.  He specialized in Quality management systems Implementation, performance management, defining and managing the process of deploying, risk management, developing processes for technical teams and operations.

Conference Day Two: Tuesday, 26 November 2019

Tuesday, November 26th, 2019

2:30 PM Risk Management and Excellence – How to continuously deliver and maintain excellence

Organizations must find ways to embed strategic thinking so that all process owners in the organization understand when and how they can take advantage of risk. Hence, Risk Management is not just a process but a discipline that every organization needs to institutionalize. 
 
Risks, although may or may not happen, organizations should ensure that risk management is included at all levels, from strategy to key management and operational processes within the organization aiming to minimize the negative impact and maximize the opportunities to the company’s various initiatives and objectives.
 
According to the EY study about risk management, 97% of senior executives said their organizations had made progress in linking risk management and business objectives, but only 16% considered them closely linked. Again, 85% of them said opportunities exist to improve the linkage between risk and business performance further. But 77% limited their ability to adjust their business strategy to the changing risk landscape because they evaluated their company’s risk profile annually instead of continuously.
 
The recent EFQM model has brought attention to risk management, also highlights how organizations need risk management to sustain current and future business operations. In Criterion No. 5 "Driving Performance & Transformation," precisely sub-criterion 5.1 "Drive Performance & Manage Risk, " 

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