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PSP Organised Workshop to Enhance The Strategy Through Empowerment

SERDANG, July 21 – Putra Science Park (PSP) has successfully devised a new strategy to empower PSP services to researchers, industry and the public for two days starting on 20 and 21 July 2022 at InnoHub PSP organised by PSP Training Unit.

According to Professor Ir. Dr. Kamarul Arifin Ahmad, Director of PSP, the Putra Science Park Empowerment Workshop was organised to formulate strategies to achieve the KPIs that have been set and emphasise the role as well as the functions of each section and section so that the work and responsibilities can be completed  effectively and efficiently.

The PSP Empowerment Forum was also attended by the guests of honour, Prof. Dr. Mohd Zamri Saad, Chief Researcher of STVac7 Vaccine, Prof. Dr. Shuhaimi Mustafa, Dean of the Faculty of Biotechnology and Biomolecular Sciences and Prof. Ir. Ts. Dr. Mohamed Thariq bin Haji Hameed Sultan, Director of UPM Publisher Centre, to share their commercialization experiences and propose appropriate improvements in order to further enhance the commercialization and services of PSPs.

The forum was conducted by Pn Noorhayati Fazlul Haque, PSP Assistant Register, as the forum moderator who discussed the views and ideas of the forum..

The Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research & Innovation) YBhg. Prof. Dr. Nazamid Saari was seen at the event, wishing  PSPs to move forward with greater excellence.

According to Muhammad Amirin Sofi Mohd Hairuddin, Executive Officer, Training Services Unit, the workshop was attended by all PSP staff to discuss issues and suggestions for solutions so that every problem can be addressed with the cooperation of all staff.

 

 

 


 

 

Date of Input: 27/07/2022 | Updated: 18/08/2022 | asrizam

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