Friday, February 19, 2010

2月(槟城) 人力资源管理 MBA 课

科目 : 人力资源管理 (Human Resource Management)
讲师 : 李嘉玲博士 M.A, Ph.D (USM)



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EDS-AHUSC 中文MBA每月开放招生。欢迎联络EDS(04-3984306 / 课程专员-Kenny, 016-4220855 或 Hilary, 016-4190855) 以洽询课程详情及最新报读优惠。

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EDS Business School Honored by World HRD Congress 2009-10, Mumbai, India

EDS Business School Honored
World HRD Congress 2009-10, Mumbai, India
Global HR Excellence Award 2009-10
Outstanding Contribution to the Cause of Education

The World HRD Congress 2010 has honored the EDS Business School, Malaysia, with the Global Excellence Award for Outstanding Contribution to the Cause of Education. World HRD Congress is the largest gathering of HR Professionals from across the world. This Congress brings several global personalities under one roof and acknowledges the best HR Professionals at the Pride of HR Professional Award.

According to the World HRD Congress, the key challenge facing human resource professionals is shaping the future of their organizations through talent management and talent development. The primary concerns facing HR professionals as they approach the future is clearly and concisely defining and understanding the business challenges of their firm. World HRD Congress, in honoring EDS Business School, recognizes successful HR programs helping executives address these challenges.

World Federation of Personnel Management Associations has stated that managing human capital is an ongoing challenge, especially as social, political and economic events impact gravely upon our global community. As HR professionals work within their own organizations, they must also cope with good and bad economies, new technology, and the global, regional and national issues affecting their organizations. HR strategies must continually be redefined to deliver improved return on investment in human capital. EDS Business School is a regional leader in presenting world class training to teach the future today.

EDS Team with Senior Instuctors

The contributions of HR professionals continues to increase in value, and more functional skills and greater leadership expectations will need to be placed upon individuals in the HR profession. The strength and vitality of the EDS Business School HR programs have helped HR professionals identify broad, core issues, examine for themselves where more personal and professional development and training are needed and focus upon finding solutions to the broad HR challenges facing their organizations. This Global HR Excellence Award 2009-10 is an expression of the success and superiority of the HR and talent management programs of the EDS Business School. We are honored by this global recognition.

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News by EDS Team @ 19 February 2010.

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Thursday, February 18, 2010

Heartiest Congratulation to EDS Mandarin MBA student Kek Tian Peng being promoted as Counselling Superivsor






Mr. Kek Tian Peng enrolled into the EDS mandarin MBA program since 2008 as a business owner as well as a commerce teacher and recently he was promoted to Counseling Supervisor of Yong Peng High School, Johor.

Congratulation to Kek Tian Peng !

EDS-AHU 中文MBA目前开放招生。欢迎联络EDS(04-3984306 / 课程专员-Kenny, 016-4220855 或 Hilary, 016-4190855) 以洽询课程详情及最新报读优惠。


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Sunday, February 14, 2010

Heartiest Congratulation to Palawan State University for being selected as Philippines Best Green University 2009

Palawan State University Honored
Selected as Philippines Best Green University 2009

Palawan State University, Puerto Princesa City, Palawan, Philippines, a highly valued EDS educational partner was awarded the greatest of honor in Philippines as the Top Green University 2010. A plaque of commendation sited PSU as the Regional and the National winner as the most sustainable and eco-friendly school in the Philippines for 2009.

To further the health and safety of the Palawan State University community, the school leadership has enforced a no smoking ban on campus. They acknowledge that every year hundreds of thousands of people around the world die from diseases caused by smoking. Smoking kills! One of two lifetime smokers will die from their habit and half of these deaths will occur in middle age. Tobacco smoke contributes to a number of cancers. The mixture of nicotine and carbon monoxide in cigarettes temporarily increases heart rate and blood pressure, putting undesired strain on the heart and blood vessels. This can ultimately cause heart attacks and stroke, as it slows the blood flow, cutting off oxygen to the feet and hands. Sadly, as a result, some smokers end up having their limbs amputated.

The scientific evidence on the health risks associated with exposure to secondhand smoke is clear, convincing, and overwhelming. Secondhand smoke in the social environment is a known cause of lung cancer, heart disease, low birth-weight births, and chronic lung ailments, such as bronchitis, as well as other health problems. Palawan State University has acknowledged this health risk and has acted to protect its on campus community from the deadly impact of tobacco smoke.

PSU President, Dr. Teresita L. Salva

PSU has also banned the use of plastics on campus. Plastic bags alone are the cause of major environmental concerns. Most plastic bags go straight to the landfill and a very small percentage is actually recycled. PSU understands that reduction in use of plastic bags is essential in solving the environmental problems stemming from them. Plastic bags are one of the top items of litter in our communities, roads, sidewalks, and vegetation. Plastic bags are light and hard to contain and because of their light weight, they fly easily in wind, float along readily in the currents of rivers and oceans, get tangled up in trees, fences, poles, and so forth, and block the drainage.

PSU acknowledges that plastic bags are made from a non-renewable natural resource: petroleum. Plastics are hazardous to produce and the pollution from plastic production is harmful to the environment. Most plastic bags are made of polyethylene, said to take up to 1,000 years to decompose on land and 450 years in water. The fact that plastics are not biodegradable means that the plastic bags in circulation and future production of plastic bags will stay with us for a long time: in our landfills, oceans, streets, and so forth.

Countless plastic bags end up in our ocean and cause harm to our marine wildlife. Many marine animals and birds mistakenly ingest plastic or become entangled and choke in plastic bags that are floating about. Environmentalists have pointed out that turtles often mistake plastic bags for jellyfish and invariably swallow them. It is estimated 100,000 marine mammals die each year because of plastic litter in our ocean in the North Pacific alone.

There are many cost effective and convenient alternatives to plastic bags. The best alternative to using plastic bags is using cloth bags and degradable bags. PSU recognizes the severity of this problem and is making strong attempts to eliminate the use of plastic bags and other non-recyclable plastics in their campus environment.

To reinforce campus ecology, there is no removal of trees on campus. Trees are added, not removed, as PSU understands that trees are important tools in the fight to stave off global warming. Trees absorb and store carbon dioxide, the key greenhouse gas emitted by vehicles and power plants, before it has a chance to reach the upper atmosphere where it can help trap heat around the Earth’s surface.

All in all, Palawan State University leads the way in eco-friendly and sustainable policies and systems in all it does. EDS Business School is proud and honored to be an educational affiliate with PSU, a world-leader in pursuing a totally “green” campus.

News by EDS Team @ 14 February 2010.

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Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Dr. Ben Lee and EDS Team Awarded Highest Honors by Philippine Association of State Universities and Colleges (PASUC)

Dr. Ben Lee and EDS Team Awarded Highest Honors by Philippine Association of State Universities and Colleges (PASUC)

Dr. Ben Lee, Founder and President of EDS Business School, and the entire EDS Team, have been honored with the highest degree commendation from the renowned Philippines Association of State Universities and Colleges (PASUC) Region IV. Dr. Lee was awarded the PASUC Leadership Excellence Award in Cross-Border Education, endorsed by eleven university presidents. The PASUC award recognizes EDS and Dr. Lee for outstanding contributions to international executive training and networking leadershipamong higher education institutions.

The PASUC Leadership Excellence Award was given in recognition of the diverse and increasingly beneficial contribution of the EDS Business School through its educational programs, training seminars, and networking activities among public and private higher education institutions in Asia and Pacific Region, and beyond. This PASUC award cites the EDS Business School for its powerful determination in support of academic quality and excellence, and its commitment in the promotion of good governance, peace, and progress. The PASUC award also recognizes EDS for its leadership in successful implementation of collaborative cross-border academic programs, which have benefitted an ever increasing segment of the higher education community internationally. The PASUC award was benefiting a large segment of higher education institutions towards Cross-Border Education. This leadership award was endorsed by eleven university presidents in the Philippines.

Dr. Ben Lee has expressed his deeply felt gratitude on behalf of the whole EDS Team for the kindness of the Honorable Dr. Ricardo A. Wagan of Laguna State Polytechnic University, and the other outstanding university presidents in PASUC Region IV. Most importantly, Dr. Lee expressed his appreciation in that the leadership award recognized success of the EDS innovative executive open-learning and EDS Residential studies in Penang, Malaysia. The award will be placed in a prominent location in the EDS international headquarters in Penang Malaysia, dedicated to the work of the EDS Team, faculty, recruitment partners, and university partners. The award will stand in testimony for the EDS Team, and its commitment to always go the extra mile to transform the students and add value in all of the EDS activities.This award will inspire and motivate the EDS Team to work even harder and instill courage to expand the benefits of the EDS programs to every corner of the world. Dr. Ben Lee believes the award has not only endorsed the effectiveness of the EDS programs and services within Malaysia, but internationally, as well, in service to the working professional.

News by EDS Team @ 3 February 2010.

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Euro College Students Receive Their AHUSC Degrees in San Bernardino, California

Euro College students from Macedonia, Bosnia and Serbia received their American Heritage University of Southern California degrees in San Bernardino, California on 6 December 2009

It certainly was a historic event. Never before a group of students from Balkans have their degrees officially awarded in America. Ten students from Bosnia, Serbia and Macedonia visited California in the first week of December. At an official Convocation in San Bernardino they had their degrees awarded by the top officials from AHUSC. During the same ceremony the Principal of Euro College, Ljubisa Petrusevski was awarded a Honoris Causa Doctor of Philosophy for his contribution in the development of the global education. After the ceremony Euro College students along with some other AHUSC graduates had an after party at one of the oldest restaurant in US, suitably located at the famous Route 66.

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News by EDS Team @ 3 February 2010.

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Monday, February 1, 2010

EDS Senior Faculty were invited by Palawan State University international guest presenters at the 2010 Annual Faculty Conference

EDS Senior Faculty were intivted by Palawan State University international guest presenters at the 2010 Annual Faculty Conference

Two senior faculty from EDS Business School, Malaysia, Dr. Lee Karling and Dr Arivalan Ramaiyah were invited by Palawan State University as international guest presenters at the 2010 Annual Faculty Conference held on 25-27 January 2010 at their main campus at Puerto Princesa City, Palawan, Philippines. The theme of the conference was Building Bridges, Sustaining Excellence.

As stated about the institution, Palawan State University has amply fulfilled its promise to lead the way particularly on its 27th year. Although it started in March 1972 as Palawan Teachers' College, evolving into Palawan State University by virtue of R.A. 7818 signed on November 12, 1994 it has slowly blossomed into a university that is serving not only the private sector but the government and community as well, with the unflagging support of the staff and unwavering dedication of its faculty to serve the needs of a mushrooming and discriminating clientele. The university is now being acknowledged as a major influence not only in the province but in the region as well.

Participation at Palawan State faculty conference gave EDS Business School an opportunity to share the latest management and leadership knowledge as part of its ongoing Community Service Project. Prof. Dr. Lee Karling shared current knowledge on talent management from a university’s perspective and Prof. Dr Arivalan Ramaiyah shared knowledge on creating a world class institution via service quality.

Talent Management
For universities and colleges, Dr. Lee Karling indicates, the limits of talent among the faculty reflect the limits and capabilities to build talent into the students. Vacancies and shortages in faculty talent must be effectively addressed by an institutional talent management program.

Dr. Karling discussed that statistics show that one in three businesses fail due to poor hiring decisions and an inability to attract and retain the needed talent. It is very costly to recruit and train new talent and even more costly to work around an underperformer on the job. A school that continually fails to attract and retain good talent experiences declining productivity, morale, culture and reputation.

Dr. Karling examined the importance and processes for building and measuring talents to enhance overall quality of work and develop high potential faculty. The participants brainstormed what faculty traits are essential to be high potential, ensuring a “high performing culture” within the University.

The workshop explored details and strategies for recruiting and retaining talented faculty, including changing the organizational mindset for the better, establishing a reward management system, a talent succession plan, and a talent environment across the institution. Dr. Karling assured the participants that “the university’s reputation depends upon the level of success of its ability to recruit and retain top level talent.”

Service Quality
An educational institution must instill a culture of service quality across its departments and programs. Educational leaders who do not seek and retain the knowledge on creating a world class institution via service quality experience high degrees of frustration in advancing the reputation of their university or college.
Dr Arivalan share his knowledge on creating a world class educational institution by covering the knowledge of the experts in the field of service quality, including W. Edward Deming, Joseph Juran, Philip Crosby, Armand Feigenbaum, Karou Ishikawa, and Genchi Taguchi. Participants examined the dimensions of service quality including: reliability, responsiveness, empathy, tangibles, and assurance, and the relative importance of these dimensions across industries, including higher education.

The workshop assessed what customers expect and what they want and clarified that service quality determines matters such as customer satisfaction and loyality, competitive advantage, the health and stress level of the work environment, and the level of customer complaints and grievances. Dr. Arivalan reminded the participants that a customer who has had a problem resolved by a company will tell about 5 people about their favorable outcome.

The participants reviewed the vital importance of matching organizational structure with strategies. Organizational structure specifies the firm’s formal reporting relationships, procedures, controls, and its authority and decision-making processes. Dr. Arivalan also provided information on types of staff strengths and weakness, including personality traits and attitudes, and work habits, and pointed out the important keys to effective interaction with customers and the psychology for efcetive handling of customer complaints.

News by EDS Team @ 1 February 2010.

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