Phillips Consulting advises ministry on tech, team work
Aleading consulting firm in Africa, Phillips Consulting, has asked the Federal Ministry of Interior and other government agencies under it to embrace talent development, technology and teamwork in order to achieve the Federal Government’s promise of taking 100 million Nigerians out of poverty by 2023.
The statement was made during the Ministry of Interior’s retreat in Osun State which was handled by pcl recently.
During the retreat, the Managing Director, pcl, Mr
Robert Taiwo, stated that only talent development, deployment of technology and teamwork among the staffers across the ministries and agencies of government could deliver the government’s promise in 2019 by 2023.
he said, “The retreat was designed to generate innovative strategies, policies and programmes for reforming Nigeria’s internal security agencies, thus enabling them to further address the challenge of insecurity in the country.”
he added, “There was significant focus on how the ministry will execute the projects and programmes that will deliver the mandate.”
The managing director said, “Government project fails due to the fact that agencies of government focus on cost increment and scope creep.”
he explained the power of purpose and how it was important for the presidential mandate and its underlying rationale to be shared across all facets of the ministry and its supporting agencies.