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NIGCOMSAT set to re validate Fourth Industrial Revolution demand

The  Board and Management staff of Nigerian Communications Satellite(NIGCOMSAT) have resolved to re-validate the company’s vision to properly align with the realities of Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity and Ambiguity and with the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) demands.
  In a communique read at the end of the two-day retreat held at Meethaq  Hotels, Jabi Abuja, with the Theme: ‘Re-defining NIGCOMSAT Road Map for Exponential Growth’, the body resolved that the core values should reflect the belief system which shapes the organizational culture.
 The retreat was chaired by the Board Chairman, Arc. Yusuf Kazaure, said there should be an alignment of NIGCOMSAT’s culture and strategy with effective leadership practices to achieve the expected organizational vision.
 Furthermore, the retreat emphasized the need for the government-approved Performance Management System to be incorporated into NIGCOMSAT’s Human Resource (HR) practices.
The event was also attended by the Executive Management including Senior Management staff of the company led by the Managing Director, Engr. Tukur Mohammed Lawal believed that the need for infrastructural audit and upgrade, provision of training support for installers, automation of business processes and support services to ensure on-time service delivery amongst others was thoroughly discussed and reached.
Earlier, the Board Chairman Arc. Yusuf Kazaure, who presided over the two-day retreat, reiterated the need for service delivery to reposition NIGCOMSAT for exponential growth through team building and commitment from the Management and staff of the organisation.
The Managing Director, and Chief Executive Officer, Engr Tukur Mohammed Lawal, who presented a paper christened ‘roadmap to excellence, designed to tackle and overcome the multiple difficulties confronting NIGCOMSAT Ltd’, outlined five strategic pillars within which the roadmap will be pursued. Engr. Lawal stated that the pillars are, People development, Operational Backup, Service Delivery Customer Focus and Sustainability.
 He said the Sustainability Charter which provides a general statement of NIGCOMSAT‘s commitment towards sustainable business practices; was approved for implementation.
” NIGCOMSAT Ltd should focus on improving customer experience, and service and meet industry standards, internal process such as the Automated Network Operations Management (ANOMIS), improve marketing outreach and branding of the company leveraging more on traditional and new media towards enhancing visibility and revenue increase.

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