28.04.2012 [Outlook] - “We've been demanding this for a long time,” says ManzoorAlam, spokesman for the Milli Council. “We're glad someone is ready to listen to us.” The All-India Milli Council recently brought out a 492-page publication, 'Scapegoats', with write-ups on
Business Manager / Karachi, Pakistan / Diversified and extensive experience since 1990 with the leading FMCG / Trading Industry. Developed proficiencies in leadership and organization as well as skills in:
• Supply Chain
• Budgetary Controls and Planning
• Project Planning & Implementation
• Execution of Contracts
SCOPE: Have been partly or fully responsible to establish strategic & tactical Material Plans to meet the business & revenue goals of the corporation. Have been taken decisions on operational & materials matters those affected the supply chain, inventory and logistics.
JOB COMPLEXITY: Worked on complex issues where analysis of situations or data required an in-depth knowledge of the company. Participated in corporate development of methods, techniques and evaluation criteria for projects, programs, and own team members. Ensured budgets and schedules meet corporate requirements.
INTERACTION: Interacted /communicated with executives and internal customers for smooth functioning both locally and internationally. Interactions frequently involved special skills, such as negotiating with customers/suppliers and management while attempted to influence senior level leaders regarding matters of significance to the organization.
SUPERVISION: Have been managing the “Supply-Chain, Customer Services, Sales & Marketing and Operational functions” with the 100 people of all levels from the workers to Managers in the Manufacturing Concerns and Trading Companies. / Ibrahim Assocaites, Mate Corporation, ICI Pakistan Ltd, Ibrahim Associates
15.06.2012 [Live हिन्दुस्तान] - टिप्पणी लेखक का व्यक्तिगत विचार है और इसका संपादकीय नीति से कोई संबंध नहीं है। प्रासंगिक टिप्पणियां प्रकाशित की जाएंगी। टिप्पणियॉ पढ़े(1). गुड news. By manzooralam (17th-June-2012 12:54:AM)
14.04.2012 [The Hindu] - Talking about the challenges to minority rights, IOS chairman Dr. ManzoorAlam argued that when it comes to vulnerability to violence and denial of justice, Dalits, Muslims, Christians or Sikhs, all of them are at the receiving end of the Indian State.