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SIMULATION EXERCISE ON COMMUNICATION FOR ORGANISATIONAL AGILITY: The Case of Jigawa State Polytechnic, Dutse

  1. SIMULATION EXERCISE ON COMMUNICATION FOR ORGANISATIONAL AGILITY: The Case of Jigawa State Polytechnic, Dutse BY Tanko Ahmed, fwc CEO, Tsangaya Human Resource Former Snr. Fellow, NIPSS, Kuru-Jos, NIGERIA
  2. SIMULATION EXERCISE ON COMMUNICATION FOR ORGANISATIONAL AGILITY: The Case of Jigawa State Polytechnic, Dutse
  3. INTRODUCTION “In the modern age, where everything is connected to everything, the most important thing about what you can do is what you can do with others” – Paddy Ashdown (2017)
  4. Background • A simulation exercise is a practical interactive learning process that tests the knowledge, skill and capability of individuals in an organization or other entity to respond to a simulated event, situation. • The One-Day Workshop on Organisational Communication for Work Efficiency and Effectiveness also provides knowledge and skills in communication and organisational agility. • The 7Cs of Communication are tools for agility in organisations, including the Jigawa State Polytechnic.
  5. The Jigawa State Polytechnic, Dutse • The Jigawa State Polytechnic is the main hub for human resource development for Jigawa State, Nigeria. • It consists of faculty and administrative staff engaged and charged with the responsibilities of responding to the challenges and opportunities from its internal and external environments.
  6. Additional Responsibilities • In addition to routine planning, management, training and development of the human resource needs, the Institution also provides intellectual support to government activities and the larger society. • By implication, the Polytechnic also requires the continuous improvement in efficiency and effectiveness in its service delivery through organisational communication for organisational agility.
  7. THE EXERCISE
  8. Exercise Description • The Exercise is triggered by a ‘routing announcement’ by the Rector, Jigawa State Polytechnic in which the Jigawa State Government requires the Institution to provide urgently needed human resource and intellectual support to the 2020 policies on Education, Agriculture and Community Policing. • The Participants categorised into major administrative, professional and technical groups are to come up with solutions through brief internal memos in response to the Rectors announcement. • Each group is required to compile and present to the Whole House a Brief of not more than one or two paragraphs of not more than 500 words for consideration by the Rector.
  9. Exercise Procedure • The various Groups of Workshop Participants are to consider the issues as they relate to their areas of specialisation, official function, and level of responsibility within the Institution. • A representative of the Group is to present the Group contribution for immediate assessment by the Whole House made up of the other Participants, and Senior Executives of the Polytechnic. • Points to watch include the selection of communication tools, composition, degree of responsibility and other standards consider as appropriate.
  10. Reference Ashdown, P. (2017). Paddy Ashdown: The Global Power Shift, Mutual Responsibility. Retrieved from http://www.mutualres ponsi bility. org /culture/ global- interconnection-between-people-and-nations-a-fact-of- life-ted-talk 10/02/2020
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