Thursday, February 24, 2011
Monday, February 21, 2011
University Kuala Lumpur IPROM,
Phone No: 017-5968580
Institute Kemahiran Mara Kuala Lumpur,
Jalan Belangkas Kg. Pandan,
55100, Kuala Lumpur.
TITLE OF PROJECT & OBJECTIVE
TITLE OF PROJECT & OBJECTIVE
We are proud to invite your student to attend our Academia Week which will be held on 14th March-18th March 2011.
There will be a variety of interesting programmes for visiting students to know our institute better. The main objective of the programmes is to provide students with information about UniKL IPROM. Another objective is to establish networking among higher education institutions expecially between UniKL IPROM and your institute. Besides that, students from your institute can exchange ideas with UniKL IPROM students.
There will also be a campus tour, other special event will be held on 16th of March. Please refer to attachment.
We look forward receiving your positive feedback by 3rd March 2011 using the email address or phone number state above. Thank you for your attention and consideration.
Nor Mohd Zulfaqar Bin Baharudin
9.00 am – 9.30 am
Assemble, short briefing, Doa
9.30 am – 10.30 am
Unikl Iprom courses offered lecture from Prof. Dr. Mohd Razif Bin Idris
10.30 am – 11.30 pm
Workshop visit, other booth event, lab visit
11.30 pm – 12.30 pm
12.30 pm – 1.00 pm
End of programme.
Thursday, February 10, 2011
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Wednesday, February 9, 2011
Types of meeting
1. Information sharing
2. Problem solving
3. Ritual activities
Information sharing meetings
To exchange the information in organization need a good medium to practice. When the organization become larger or the job that require to continuously duty like a shift, a meeting is necessarily to be conduct. It becomes more important to have at least a short briefing when the job or task is involves with observing, researching and monitoring jobs. So everyone will know what has been happening recently and the information will circulated effectively.
Problem Solving or decision making meetings
To solve a problems or make some decision in an organization need an ideas and review of each members. The better solution is when each member in the organization or company can sit together and take a part to give an idea on how to solve the problems. 10 head is better than 1 head! Because problem solving and decision making are the most challenging part of group activities.
Monday, February 7, 2011
From : Secetary (Mohammad Alif Baharudin bin Hassan
Date : 26 Jan 2011
Title : A meeting of Academic Week
Date : 31 Jan 2011
Time : 8.00 p.m
Venue : Classroom 2046
Agenda : 1) to discuss about task (Academic Week)
2) to discuss about financial
3) to discuss about organization that participate
* Attendance is compulsory.
- What do we need to do in the meeting to achieve our meeting?
- What conversations will be important to the people who attend?
- What information will need to begin?
- A list of the attendees.
- The meeting's time and location.
- Necessary background information and brief of each item.
In the beginning of meeting, everyone must have a clear picture of what needs to be accomplish, define how to reach the goal and set the stage for good teamwork. Start the meeting with identify the goals of the meeting by repeating the info listed in the meeting by repeating the info listed in the agenda to help to focus the discussion. Provide the background information by explain the context of meeting to prevent misunderstanding among the group. Outline the contribution that members can make during the meeting. It is necessary to remind the group about time constraints to prevent wasting time.
MEMBERS CAN BE LEADER TOO
Members also can play an important role in making a meeting successful. Members should ask for help at the beginning and before meeting closed. Try to volunteer to be a record keeper or timekeeper. Members also should be tactfully bold and suggest canceling badly planned meeting. Not only for a leader, members should also responsible conducting business. The way of groups in conduct business and make decision in meeting can be approach by using the Parliamentary procedure. this method can be use when a groups' decision will be of interest to an external audience, when haste may obscure critical thinking or when emotions are likely to be strong. Keep order of business by reading of minutes, reports, unfinished and new business.
GETTING CREDIT FOR YOUR IDEA
One method for giving every members' ideas an equal chance to be considered is nominal group technique (NGT). NGT methods is to elaborate for relatively unimportant matters but works well for important issues. Another approach is to give every member turn to speak and use questions. The types of questions are direct, reverse and relay questions.
KEEPING THE DISCUSSION ON TRACK
Always remind the group of time pressure and redirect the discussion by summarize what has been accomplished and mentioning next task. Sometimes, use the relevancy challenges by questioning the idea's relevancy. Promise to deal with good ideas later. Keep asking questions and paraphrase to clarify understanding. After that, enhance the value of members' comment and pay attention to cultural factors.
CONCLUDE THE MEETING
Conclude the meeting on how well they follow up on any decision that have been made and close the meeting. The meeting should be closed when the scheduled closing time has arrived, the group lacks resources to continue, or the agenda has been covered. The discussion leader should give signal when time is almost up, summarize the meeting accomplishment and thank the group. After meeting has been closed, make the following up the meeting. This can be done by build an agenda for the next meeting, follow up on other members, and take care of your assignments.
Sunday, January 30, 2011
Action to be taken by
Confirmation of Minutes (2/2009)
The minutes of the last meeting (2/2009) were noted and approve as true record of the meeting with minor amendments on the numbering.
The minutes were then approved as true record by Mr Muzayin Alimon and seconded by Prof. Madya Dr Wan Fuad Wan Hassan.
4.1 Representatives from Electronic Manufacturers
4.2 MS866-Specification for barites
used in oil-well drilling & ISO 13500:1998
Prof Madya Dr Luay informed that USM had a compiled list of the manufacturers. Dr Luay will email to secretary this list for onwards actions.
Secretary reported that `ISO 13500:1998 Petroleum & natural gas industries-Drilling fluids materials-Specification & tests` have been forwarded to ISC H on petroleum and Gas. Member will be informed of the ISC H decision as soon as they had their next meeting, which was scheduled on late August/early September
Prof Madya Dr Luay