FGF is helping in upgrading local corporate culture. With a private sector driven economy, this will translate into greater fiscal well-being for the nation at large, a leading role in the regional economy, and a strong position on the global market.
FGF′s mission is "to contribute to Egypt′s economic growth and global competitiveness efforts by enhancing workforce performance through high quality, practical, state-of-the-art human resources development activities in accordance with the business community evolving needs".
In November 1998, several leading figures in Egypt‘s private sector realized a need to develop the country’s business culture so that Egypt could compete in an increasingly sophisticated global economic arena. They founded the Future Generation Foundation (FGF), a nonprofit organization, with the aim of bolstering Egypt’s bold strategy for achieving sustainable economic growth through global competition by helping to create a tech-oriented and skilled workforce that could confront the needs of the new century.
FGF is looking to transform the culture of the private sector and reorient it to international norms of excellence and achievement. This will require inculcating new modes of workplace operation, updating and reengineering existing systems, and adopting new technologies. FGF targets human resources at all corporate levels, from executive to middle management to junior executives and recent graduates, in an effort to build and support modern and effective management institutions and practices
(last updated: 01-November-2002)
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