The workshop was held collaborately by the Mongolia and Japan Center and National University of Mongolia and EBRD BAS program
The collaborated workshop titled “Influence of the economic crisis originated from USA in Mongolian economic and industrial sectors and preventing methods against the crisis” was held by the NUM, EBRD – BAS program and Mongolia – Japan center in 23rd June in the Center.
The workshop aimed to discuss and change opinions about the current situation of the worldwide crisis that influence in the real economy and preventing methods from the crisis. The second goal of the workshop was to expand and strength the relationship and cooperation of the NUM and EBRD – BAS program. The representatives from the NUM, EBRD – BAS program, Kaizen Association of Mongolia and graduators of the business course of the Center took part in the workshop.
WHEN: 23rd June 2009 (Tuesday) 14:00~17:00
WHERE: Conference hall of the Mongolia – Japan Center
TOPIC: Influence of the economic crises originated from USA in Mongolian economic and industrial sectors and preventing methods against the crises
GIVEN SPEECHES: 14:30-15:00 Influence of the economic crises originated from USA in Mongolia
– Macro economy-
L. Narantuya, Head of the ES, NUM
15:00-15:30 Methods against the economic crises started from USA
- Organizational and human resource management –
Sh. Kavaguchi, JICA officer
15:30-16:00 The economic crises started from USA and EBRD-BAS programm
- Operations of the program in Mongolia -
Ts. Oyunjargal, officer of EBRD-BAS program
In the beginning of the workshop, L. Narantuya, Head of the ES, NUM gave speech about the influence of the economic crises originated from USA in the macro level of Mongolian industrialization and economy. Next, Kavaguchi, JICA officer gave information about the crisis influence in the North Eastern Asia and implementing operations of the Mongolia – Japan Center in the future. At last, introduction to the implementing projects in Mongolia by EBRD TAM/BAS program was given.
It is quiet necessary to improve company management and quality to get over the current economic crisis and develop more. Furthermore, the center is planning to conduct new activities and operations such as collaborated workshop, counsilling meeting and trainings to prepare national experts that aim to strengthen the relationships between MJC and EBRD – BAS program and NUM and other organizations.
(S. Gan-Erdene, senior officer)
DEVELOP SMALL AND MIDDLE SCALE INDUSTRIES OF MONGOLIA
The annual business training, 2009 titled “SMALL AND MIDDLE SCALE FACTORY LAND MANAGEMENT AND EVALUATION” of the Mongolia – Japan Center started officialy in 8th June.
Totally 62 managing bodies from the 90 registered persons were chosen to the training which dedicated to company managing bodies that run industry and service business. Totally 64 persons were involved in the training: 30 persons come from industrial sector, 32 from service sector and 2 from KAIZEN Association. The number of the registered persons shows that the number of people who want to be involved in the training is increasing year by year. The training teaches totally 6 topics. The trainings titles “Japan management and management strategy 5S” and “Marketing” in June were held successully.
The training titled “Japan management and management strategy 5S” that was held during 8 – 12 June taught the features of Japan management and ways to organize Japan management methods from the point of view of human resource using real examples.
In addition, the class “Marketing” that was held during 22 – 26 June was conducted according to the topics: organizational strategy and marketing, objective market, marketing mixture, brend and purchasing and analysis on the customer reaction. Энэ нь суралцагчдад монголын зах зээл болон хэрэглэгчдийн онцлогийг ойлгуулж чадсан үр дүнтэй хичээл болсон.
The feature of the present training is the class, “Characteristics of Mongolian Customers,” which was taught by B. Davaasuren, the head of the Marketing Department of NUM. The class was very significant because it could give the involvers the understaning about Mongolian economy and characteristics of its customers. “The class was very significant because it explained the ways to decide the daily facing problems related to the company management giving the certain examples” said the class students.
The class process taught by a Mongolian lecturer
In addition, a day class that offered the introduction to above mentioned topics was conducted for the people who had desire to be involved in the business training. Totally 80 people were involved in this introductory training and it shows that the number of the people who want to be taken part in the training is increasing year by year. Furthermore, the Mongolia – Japan Center aims to fulfill its duty to prepare human resource that will contribute to the economy of Mongolia, expand its operation area and conduct various workshops.
Dear readers, you all can be sure that we will provide you with the detailed and interesting information on next trainings at the time.
(A. Nyamjargal, officer of business course)