Monthly Archives: September 2013

This is Your Brain on Organizational Change

  Why can’t we change our organizations? Year after year, the list of companies that no longer exist because they were unable to evolve continues to grow. It includes such household names as Sunbeam, Polaroid, Tower Records, Circuit City, and … Continue reading

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ACC Welcomes our new CODO, Mr. Mahmood Zafar Iqbal.

We take this opportunity in welcoming our new CODO, Mr. Mahmoud to the ACC family. We strongly believe that your skills and years of experience, will add great value to our firm. Welcome again and we wish you a long … Continue reading

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Head – Business Controller position available – Riyadh

Job Description  Ensuring a value added analysis and support in monitoring operations  Review the project cash flows prepared by the Project Business Controllers and recommend necessary changes  Foresee the project developments and advise Business Controllers to take … Continue reading

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QA/QC Engineer Job available – Jeddah & Riyadh

Job Description ACC (Al Arrab Contracting Company) is seeking QA/QC Engineer candidates to interview immediately. Reports to: QA/QC Manager. Project: HHR. Qualifications: Civil Engineering or equivalent degree. If available immediately, apply indicating your salary expectations and current location, via e-mail: Invites … Continue reading

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Project Control Manager

Al Arrab Contracting Company (ACC) is searching for Project Control Manager for all of our new projects. Do you have what it takes? Job Description  Develops and maintains critical path logic networks and bar charts utilizing this information.  … Continue reading

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Organizational Change, Training and Development, and “motivation

Conventional organizational change, which typically encompasses training and development, and ‘motivation’, mostly fails. Why? Are the people stupid? Can they not see the need for change? Do they not realise that if the organization cannot make these changes then we … Continue reading

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