Institutional Learning Manager
Ahmed is the Institutional Learning Fellow. Ahmed Negm plays a lead role within the Institutional Learning (IL) cross-divisional team in driving data literacy and institutional learning behaviours within ALA’s Diploma Program.
Ahmed Negm plays a lead role within the Institutional Learning (IL) cross-divisional team in driving data literacy and institutional learning behaviours within ALA’s Diploma Program (DP); and in generating overall organizational learning. Central therein is to oversee DP data collection, synchronization and analysis, and to support and enhance corresponding systems or solutions for data organization, storage, retrieval and cross-departmental sharing. In addition, Ahmed plays an instrumental role in facilitating and implementing a measurement plan and hypothesis testing for ALA’s 2023 strategic priorities related to the Diploma Program. Ahmed works on strengthening internal capacity to manage programmatic data; providing technical guidance on data monitoring, analysis, evaluation design and methodology in support of demonstrating impact of the Diploma Program; and leading monitoring, evaluation and research initiatives in the Program to improve efficiency and performance.
Ahmed brings to his role significant experience, including but not limited to: Robotic Process Automation Manager with P&G where he led AI development for data gathering, compilation, analysis and verification across platforms; CSR website development with IBM; and work with strategic IL projects over the span of his previous role with IL, including co-managing the complex ALA ACN MCFSP network evaluation, building BOX architecture and management protocols, and revamping ALA course evaluation systems and approaches in collaboration with the 2YDP.
Ahmed values his time spent with his advisory family and the general ALA community.
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