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OLA to nurture talent and drive growth


In line with Ooredoo’s strategy to invest in its people, OLA is set to become the Group’s learning arm, bridging skill gaps, meeting future business-critical needs, and creating a strong internal talent marketplace.

Ooredoo Group has launched Ooredoo Learning Academy (OLA) – a visionary initiative reaffirming the company’s commitment to nurturing talent, driving growth and proactively adapting to the ever-evolving industry landscape. This initiative builds upon and complements existing learning methods, including on-the-job learning and collaborative methods such as coaching and mentoring – creating a comprehensive 360-degree approach for employee learning and development.

Fatima Sultan Al Kuwari, Group Chief Human Resources Officer, Ooredoo, said, “In an era of rapid technological advancement and evolving industry landscapes, learning and development play a pivotal role in driving growth and innovation. OLA underscores our commitment to equipping our employees with the skills and knowledge they need to thrive in an ever-changing world.”

One of OLA’s primary objectives is to provide easily scalable learning and development programmes across the Group and operating companies. This scalability aims to maximise operational and cost efficiencies, ensuring consistent, high-quality education for all learners. Currently offering courses spanning digital, technology, business, procurement, finance, human resources, leadership development and more, OLA can be easily accessed by employees at their convenience.

In our commitment to providing Ooredoo learners with world-class learning and growth opportunities, we have joined forces with renowned national and international strategic partners. Together, these partnerships will enable Ooredoo to deliver innovative learning methodologies and ensure that our learners have access to the very best in their educational journeys.

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