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DGHR and Hamdan Bin Mohammed Smart University sign MoU

by Madaline Dunn

The Dubai Government Human Resources Department (DGHR) and Hamdan Bin Mohammed Smart University (HBMSU) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), it has been announced. 

The aim of the partnership is to facilitate the exchange and enhancement of knowledge and skills and foster institutional communication channels and community service initiatives. 

The collaboration also seeks to formulate a regulatory framework that outlines the mechanisms for cooperation in human resources development. 

The two parties shared that the partnership spans various areas including research, specialised studies, and training. 

His Excellency Abdullah Ali bin Zayed Al Falasi, Director General of DGHR, and His Excellency Dr. Mansoor Alawar, Chancellor of HBMSU signed the MoU. 

His Excellency Abdullah Ali bin Zayed Al Falasi, Director General of DGHR Department, commented: “The significance of this MoU lies in its focus on fostering collaboration, initiatives, and projects geared towards facilitating the exchange of experiences and cooperation in human resources training. By signing this memorandum, DGHR underscores its dedication to implementing directives and aligning with the wise leadership’s goal of reinforcing cooperation and collective efforts among government entities to empower national capital. This collaboration offers a valuable opportunity to learn from the best practices, expertise, and pioneering experiences of the DGHR Department, which can be leveraged to support learners in their research on human resources.”

His Excellency Dr. Mansoor Alawar, Chancellor of HBMSU, added: “We are pleased to enhance our collaboration with the DGHR Department in exchanging expertise and best practices. Our joint efforts contribute to bolstering the government excellence system and empowering a new generation of young national talents, equipping them with the tools for success and leadership in human resources management. We are confident that our cooperation with the DGHR department will have positive reverberations, further strengthening joint academic and research work.”

“It sets new standards of excellence in enabling, training, and developing the capabilities of learners and human resources management staff. This cooperation also drives the transformation of corporate work environments into incubators for innovation and creativity, supporting the ambitious developmental goals and visions of Dubai and the UAE,” said His Excellency Dr. Mansoor Alawar. 

The MoU outlines the intention to collaborate on joint research, exchange experiences, and findings, coordinate the development of joint research projects, and gain insights from best practices and institutional experiences in human resources. Additionally, it fosters collaboration in the areas of training and development.

Further, DGHR will be responsible for organising and coordinating internal training programs, tailored specifically for learners enrolled at HBMSU, with a focus on conducting research in the field of human resources. 

This includes identifying and selecting research topics within the human resources field, defining the scope and scale of the research, and selecting appropriate channels to engage the target audience. 

In collaboration with HBMSU, the DGHR Department will shape the research methodology and structure, review and endorse the final findings and outcomes of the research, provide constructive feedback, and prepare studies and research for publication in various scholarly journals.

Meanwhile, HBMSU will collaborate with the DGHR Department to extend support in research, studies, and reports conducted by faculty and learners, particularly those pursuing postgraduate and bachelor’s degrees. 

The University will also provide the DGHR Department with research, studies, and reports on human resources and actively encourage faculty and learners to prioritise the implementation of research, studies, and reports that align with the DGHR Department’s area of expertise.

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