BIBF celebrates successful Bahrain International Project Management Convention
The convention included participation from more than 450 learners from various local and regional organizations.
“Our team worked to make this convention the most comprehensive convention for project management on a national level,” Ahmed Naeemi, BIBF’s head of operations, said. “We had more than 450 students and learners from various organizations in the market, with a total of 317 hours of training and we are proud to be part of this engagement with employees and students who are interested in enhancing their knowledge and skills within the project management field.”
One major competition at the event centered around the assembly of a bicycle utilizing project management skills. Participants learned about quality, time and budget-control skills.
“The bike assembly game is a win-win-win experiment as it achieves benefits on three levels,” Abdul Wahid, lead trainer and instructor for the bike assembly, said. “The first being that it is a team simulation exercise where team dynamics are put to the test. Second, it is a fun project to execute while learning and applying project management concepts. Thirdly and most importantly, it employs project management to give back to society through a charitable cause by bringing happiness to disadvantaged children.”