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Cameroon: Strategic plan to boost Camtel unveiled

The strategic plan to boost the Cameroon Telecommunications and improve productivity has been unveiled.

The plan was unveiled in Nkolandom, South region of Cameroon by the Director General of the corporation Judith Yah Sunday during a seminar to to empower the top management of the corporation with the tools necessary to implement this new vision.

At the end of the two-day seminar the top management of the corporation would have acquired new skills to implement Camtel’s 2019-2025 strategy.

“This seminar is aimed at bringing our staff together and let them know the vision of Camtel today, let them understand this vision and make it a reality. It is important for the management of Camtel to know much is expected of them so they must be empowered so as to achieve the objectives as prescribed by hierachy,” Camtel’s General Manager Judith Yah Sunday said after opening the seminar.

Camtel’s top management led by GM Judith Yah Sunday

The seminar comes after a series of actions taken by the General Manager since December 14, 2018 starting with stocking taking at Camtel following to measure the weight of the task staring the corporation.

A strategic diagnosis was conducted and a working group put in place to examine and harmonise the corporation’s plan.

“Much work has been done already. When we took office, we assessed and analysed the situation of the company and to know our challenges and how we get to where we want to be in line with the directives given to us by our hierachy and put strategies in place on how to get there,” Judith Yah Sunday said.

Thus for two days, the top management of Camtel will be drilled by experts from a consulting firm who will help them harmonise the various initiatives so as to help build a global strategy for the corporation.


Published on 05.05.2023

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