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APS Group becomes flagship company of PEOPLE project

Textile Today has come out with a courageous initiative ‘PEOPLE project’, a human capital transformation program, aiming to attain ‘Profitable and Effective Organization through People Leadership and Excellence’. APS Group has become the Flagship Company of the PEOPLE project by signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Bangladesh Textile Today.

APS Group flagship company PEOPLE project
Figure: An MoU has been signed on 29 December 2019 between Bangladesh Textile Today and APS Group for the PEOPLE project.

The MoU has been signed on 29 December 2019 at APS Group office premises where A.S.M Tareq Amin, Founder and CEO, Bangladesh Textile Today and Md. Shamim Reza, Managing Director, APS Group signed the MoU respectively on behalf of the two organizations.

People are at the center of any organization, system and process. Textile and apparel industry is now undergoing the crucial ‘maturity to declining point’. A conscious industry transformation is required to take this sector in a new height.

PEOPLE is an innovative action program to make organization self-reliant and sustainable. It aims to increase profitability by increasing the performance of mid-level management through building an ‘Effective Organization’.

“Besides all the production departments of any organization textile tndustry should focus on management system also to build an effective organization in this critical juncture. As the total textile industry of Bangladesh is facing many challenges at this moment and APS Group has joined in the PEOPLE project of Textile Today to set a unique example of building an ‘Effective organization”. We will give full support to make the project truly successful.”

Md. Shamim Reza, Managing Director, APS Group

APS Group and Textile Today will work together for organizational development to face the current and future challenges of the textile industry.

Md. Hasib Uddin, Chairman of APS Group; Md. Zahiduzzaman Saim, Director, APS Group; Md. Eousup Novee GM-HR and Strategy, PEOPLE Project (People, Process & Profit); Sanjoy Kumar Saha, Manager Industry Engagement, Bangladesh Textile Today; Abdullah Al Nomaan, Manager, IPE, Bangladesh Textile Today were also attended in the signing ceremony.

“A huge number of people are working in the sector are always looking for a better return for a better life. There have been many initiatives to improve productivity but most of those initiatives didn’t last long due to the absence of effective organization within the companies. There are hardly any mechanisms of knowledge generation and management within the factories,” Tareq Amin said.

“PEOPLE is an innovative action program initiated by Textile Today to make the organization self–reliant and sustainable. It aims to increase the profitability of the organization by increasing the performance of mid-level management through building ‘Effective Organization’”, he added.

Md. Shamim Reza, Managing Director, APS Group said, “Besides all the production departments of any organization textile industry should focus on management system also to build an effective organization in this critical juncture. As the total textile industry of Bangladesh is facing many challenges at this moment and APS Group has joined in the PEOPLE project of Textile Today to set a unique example of building an ‘Effective organization”. We will give full support to make the project truly successful.”

By implementing different PEOPLE project components e.g. 5+1 S, 7 Wastes, KAIZEN and TQM tools, BKPI APS Group will be able to generate human capital statements and visualize organization strength and weakness.

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