Deloitte Middle East’s Taqqadam Program empowers Qatar’s technology leadership

Deloitte Middle East wraps up a series of professional development workshops in Doha, as part of the Taqqadam Technology Leadership Program. This is the inaugural launch of a program dedicated to empowering technology professionals across Qatar’s public and private sectors on their journey into senior leadership roles. Aimed at fostering the next generation of technology leaders, Taqqadam equips participants with the necessary skills to create value, build leadership confidence, and maximize a technology leaders’ contribution to organizational success.

His Excellency Mr. Mohammed bin Ali Al Mannai, Qatari Minister of Communications and Information Technology, commended Deloitte Middle East for its significant contributions to advancing Qatar’s information technology infrastructure. He highlighted that the “Taqqadam” program, launched by Deloitte, is instrumental in developing the skills of national talents in the IT sector, thereby bolstering Qatar’s digital future. His Excellency added that this program equips specialists with the essential skills needed to thrive in the advanced technological landscape.

The program included a series of workshops and insight sessions concentrating on the expanding role of the Chief Information Officer (CIO), and the latest technology advancements, such as Generative AI and others. Participants got the opportunity to learn about the essential stages of technology leadership, gaining vital insights into maximizing value and driving organizational success.

“We are committed to sharing our expertise and knowledge with future technology leaders so that they can be at the forefront of enterprise technology transformation and value creation,” said Yousaf Mir, Partner at Deloitte and the Middle East NextGen CIO Program Leader. “Taqqadam is designed to equip technology professionals with the tools and insights they will need to enable change and to drive innovation within their respective organizations.”


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