Bahrain’s BIBF join forces with French firm UpGradelle

By Shilpa Annie Joseph, Official Reporter
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The Bahrain Institute of Banking and Finance (BIBF) has entered into a strategic partnership with UpGradelle, a leading French-based consultancy firm specializing in digital transformation architectures, to develop capabilities in the field of Digital Transformation and Agile Project Management.

This collaboration between the BIBF and UpGradelle intends to cultivate a future where Bahrain’s cadres lead in digital literacy and innovation.

It is a step towards ensuring that Bahrain’s human capital is not just prepared for the future but are active contributor to the ongoing digital revolution, as per the statement.

Ahmed AlShaikh-BIBF
Ahmed AlShaikh

“This collaboration, with its focus on advancing capabilities in Digital Transformation and Agile Project Management, is set to strengthen the BIBF’s position as a leader in delivering state-of-the-art training and development solutions in this crucial field. As industries worldwide embrace agile methodologies to navigate the challenges of the digital era, the BIBF, with the support of UpGradelle as a digital leader, plans to equip Bahrain’s financial and business sectors with highly skilled agile leaders that can catalyze the change in business operations.”

On this occasion, Dr. Nesrine Beldi Miro Padovani, Co-founder, and CEO of UpGradelle stated that, “At UpGradelle, we are thrilled to embark on this transformative journey with the BIBF to empower the Kingdom of Bahrain’s human capital, equipping them with the essential skills to spearhead agile transformations within their respective organizations.”

“This partnership marks a strategic step in our commitment to equipping professionals with the skills needed to drive digital transformation in their respective organizations. Together with Upgradelle, we aim to empower Bahrain’s workforce, ensuring they are at the forefront of innovation,” commented Ms. Maryam Majed, Head of the Digital Transformation and Project Management Centre at the BIBF.

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