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The Barbados Institute of Management and Productivity (BIMAP) was established as a non-profit organization to improve the operational effectiveness of organisations by developing solutions and building the internal capability of our clients.
The rapid pace of global change (globalization /internationalization of markets), particularly on the economic front, has presented organizations the world over with significant challenges. The traditional tools used to conduct business are now proving inadequate.
Participants at this seminar will develop a better understanding of the benefits of providing excellent customer service in today’s fast-paced and highly competitive working environment and how this can impact on their individual goals as well as their company’s overall performance.
Working in teams or groups is essential for the effective performance of any organization. The challenge in the development of the organization is to transform negative behaviour into positive and supportive behaviour by mobilizing the energy and talents of the workforce.
This Specialization covers the concepts and tools you'll need throughout the entire data science pipeline, from asking the right kinds of questions to making inferences.
James Richard Bernard, the genius of contemporary art, is visiting Los Angeles with his new exhibition at LA Art Center on March, 30. The exhibition is called "The Evolving World", and introduces an absolutely new vision of the modern world including various spheres of our life - social, political, economical, cultural etc. This event will also feature the showcase of artworks by Bernard's colleagues and apprentices who form The American School of Contemporary Art.
The programmes offered are great. I believe more people should invest in taking courses at BIMAP. The instructors are great! They spend extra time with you just to make sure that you understand, during and even after the class. My experience was great and I would encourage others to enroll in a programme at BIMAP.Anderson Pierre, Former Student