FROM THE PRESIDENT
levels of competition in industries and businesses are intensifying,
driven by factors such as the spreading forces of globalisation,
trade liberalisation and the advancement in information and
communication technologies (ICT). Such forces could either
create or destroy competitive advantages for organisations.
The increased levels of competition in turn impact both the
internal and external aspects of an organisation's business
environment – its strategy, resources, technologies,
marketing and politics. The rapid tide of global competition
means organisations could not afford to become complacent
and sit on their laurels. In order to remain competitive,
organisations must stay vigilant and be alert to both opportunities
and threats that may become a boon or a bane to their survival.
President Of OHRM
gradual reduction of trade barriers due to globalisation results
in expansion of existing markets and opening of new ones for businesses.
This makes competitiveness a factor that determines organisational
survival. The ability to compete successfully and achieve long-term
success in an ever-expanding marketplace that is increasingly driven
by free market forces become the major challenges which entrepreneurs
are facing, and continue to face, in the decades to come. To face
these challenges, organisations need to be flexible and agile in
order to be able to seize opportunities and move speedier than the
capital is one of the most important factors that determine success
in competition. Human capital can be managed strategically and effectively
through the application of value-creating organisational architecture.
This is the basis of organisational success in the future.
this is the raison d'etre for OHRM; the ground for its establishment.
OHRM's role is to support the private and public organisations in
determining factors relevant to their management, human capital
and organisational architecture. OHRM has the skills and years of
experience in these fields that can be fully utilised by organisations
to gain advantageous positions for meeting the challenges of global
competition. Towards this end, OHRM's main agenda include education,
management development, skill development, organisational development,
organisational architecture and management consulting.
long-term objective is to provide a human capital bridge between
educational institutions, professional bodies and business organisations.
Educational institutions and professional bodies must supply the
right type of workforce possessing the required human capital to
meet the needs of business organisations.
order to realise its long-term objective, OHRM has members from
various professional backgrounds who are ever ready to work together
with the three parties above (educational institutions, professional
bodies, and business organisations). OHRM has elevated its name
and reputation to the international level as a highly professional
management consultant and a quality provider for graduate and post-graduate
major challenges facing business organisations, OHRM is well-prepared
and well-equipped to offer effective support for organisations to
develop their human capital competitive advantage. OHRM possesses
high professionalism, up-to-date technology, and committed staff
members. Consequently, OHRM is positive of realising its vision
of being 'the leading management consultant in optimising human
capital' in the Asian region and beyond.
Dr. Marzuki Ujud