Textile Today organized Project Management training on 17 January at Dysin Conference Center for setting Transformation Blueprint for the textile and apparel industry.
Md. Eousup Novee; GM-HR and Strategy @ PEOPLE Project (People, Process and Profit) conducted the training program and shared project management tools and techniques. Project initiation, planning, execution, control, closeout, different tools and techniques applicable in project management were discussed elaborately with the participants.
Through this training, an expert community was created and aligned who will work to generate ‘Transformation Blueprint’ for the textile and apparel industry.
Experts from industries, academies and brands joined the training program and provided specific work areas, problem statement and expectations from the projects they are going to take to set ‘Transformation Blueprint’.
100 ‘Transformation Teams’ where each team having 1 industry expert, 1 industry supervisor, 1 academic researcher and 1 young Transformation Leader will be deployed in 2020 to set ‘Transformation Blueprint’ for the textile and apparel industry.
Besides serving as the biggest industry platform, after 12 years of long journey Textile Today is transforming into an innovation hub at this moment. Textile Today in accordance with its two wings People Project and Textile Talent Hunt is going to set Transformation Blueprint for the textile and apparel industry in this critical stage of the industry.
Tareq Amin, Founder and CEO of Textile Today, shared briefly the objective of the initiative with the experts. He said, “Setting Transformation Blueprint is a unique initiative by Textile Today for the textile and apparel industry, which was not taken previously by government or any other platforms.”
He thanked all the experts who have come forward to make this initiative successful. “The 100-transformation leaders primarily selected from all over Bangladesh through Textile Talent Hunt 2019-20. They will be groomed and trained at first and then be deployed in at least 50 factories to bring out the best possible solutions against different 100 problem statements. Through this process of setting ‘Transformation Blueprint’ not only 100 problems of the textile industry will get real solutions but also 100 future leaders of the textile industry will be prepared.”
All the experts shared their views regarding the initiative which made the program livelier and more successful.
At the end of the training program, a certificate handover ceremony was held. Prof. Dr. Engr. Ayub Nabi Khan, Pro VC of BGMEA University of Fashion and Technology was present as Chief Guest and Md. Mizanur Rahman, Managing Director, Dysin-Chem Ltd was present as a special Guest and handed over the certificates to the participants.
Prof. Nabi said, “This is the high time for industry transformation. I congratulate Textile Today for taking the initiative at this critical stage of the textile industry and I wish the best success of this initiative.”