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MILE's CEO Emphasized On Importance Of Abridging Leadership Deficit In Muslim World During His Visit Top Pakistani Universities

Madinah, Saudi Arabia – May 6, 2014. Dr. Muhammad Moustafa Mahmoud (3M), CEO of MILE was in Pakistan during the last week to conduct a workshop on Balanced Score Card/KPIs, organized by the Planning Commission of Pakistan sponsored by United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). Dr. Ahsan Iqbal, the Federal Minister for Planning and Development, Pakistan presided this interactive workshop.

During his stay, Dr. 3M also visited some of the best universities of Pakistan in the likes of National University of Science and Technology (NUST), Islamabad, Institute of Business Administration (IBA), Karachi and Lahore University of Management & Sciences (LUMS), Lahore. He also had discussion and conversation sessions with top class academic professionals who are running these Universities and institutions such as Dr. Sohail Naqvi and Dr. Arif Butt, the Vice Chancellor of LUMS and Dean of LUMS Business School respectively. Other prominent educationists he interacted included Rector of NUST, Engr Muhammad Asghar and Dr. Ishrat Hussain, Dean and Director of IBA.

The main purpose of visiting these renowned and prestigious educational institutes was to seek a high level collaboration in terms of knowledge sharing, establishing joint educational repositories, exploring the possibility of streaming video lectures delivered by some of the biggest name in the fields of leadership development, and to engage local subject experts in conducting live webinars utilizing MILE's infrastructure on executive education and leadership development. Similarly, the aim of these meeting with higher authorities of these institutions was to convince them to produce joint research publications, document professional and constructive case studies of regional success stories in order to encourage other aspiring and promising business leaders to work hard to attain their goals.

Dr. 3M also had interactive discussion sessions with the students of these universities and was highly impressed by the knowledge they possess and the potential they have to become successful future leaders and executives. The CEO of MILE was convinced that these students have the ability to eliminate leadership deficit that is preventing the Muslim world to develop and keep abreast itself with the best practices of rest of the world.

These high level meetings are expected to earn rich dividends as all the stakeholders involved have agreed to signMOUs in order to ensure future cooperation in all the above mentioned areas of specialty. Overall, Dr.3M, by visiting these educational institutions, has tried to emphasize on the importance of the executive education and the need to overcome the leadership deficit in the Muslim world. It was an attempt on his part to develop a framework that will enable different well known centers of executive education in Muslim countries to work together in order to attain a common goal.