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Dialog Awards enabled by MTI’s independent judging for 7th year


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Dialog completed its seventh consecutive annual employee recognition awards with MTI Consulting as the independent facilitator and playing the lead role in the judging panel. 

Since the very first Dialog Awards held in 2011, Dialog has worked alongside MTI Consulting to identify, motivate and recognise Dialog’s employees who have been untiringly working to explore innovative technology solutions for Sri Lankan people and enterprises.

 “Once again, Dialog and MTI have together successfully completed Dialog Awards 2017 which recognised the exceptional leaders and teams based on their performance during the past one year,” stated Dialog Axiata PLC Group CEO Supun Weerasinghe. He further stated: “Year on year, MTI Consulting has been retained to evaluate the submissions, whilst reinventing the awarding criteria and serving as an independent judging partner.”

“Dialog Awards, a significant initiative by MTI HRM Solutions which is a subsidiary of MTI Consulting, is one of the most comprehensive, scientifically measured organisational awards covering all spheres and functions of the company. Over 600 entries were evaluated for awards related to 2017 performance, which is also the highest number of entries received so far, which included some remarkable and Insightful projects in the global telco industry,” said MTI CEO Hilmy Cader. “The challenge Dialog will continue to face is to initiate projects which are market driven and radical. Thus, Dialog will have to ‘Think & Act as Entrepreneurs’ in the long term.” 

 Dialog Axiata Group, a subsidiary of Axiata Group Berhad (Axiata), operates Sri Lanka’s Leading Quad-Play Connectivity Provider and supplements its market leading position in the Mobile Telecommunications sector with a robust footprint and market presence in Sri Lanka’s Fixed Telecommunications and Digital Television markets through its fully owned subsidiaries Dialog Broadband Networks (Private) Ltd (DBN) and Dialog Television Ltd., (DTV).

Dialog has been at the forefront of innovation in the mobile industry in Sri Lanka since the late 90’s, propelling the nation’s mobile telephony infrastructure to a level of advancement on par with the developed world. The company delivers advanced mobile telephony and high speed mobile broadband services to a subscriber base in excess of 12.7 million Sri Lankans, via 2.5G and 3G/3.5G and 4G/4.5G networks. MTI HRM Solutions is a subsidiary of MTI Consulting with clients that range from various industries and sectors across the globe offering a full suite of HR consulting and advisory services. These include integrated HR audit and strategy, organisational and job design, recruitment and selection, motivation and talent retention, HRD/training need identification, HR capacity/manpower planning, performance management, employee engagement/organisational climate surveys and executive search.


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