Protegra CEO Scores National Cover Story as a Best Boss

Mar 3, 2011 | Corporate Member News

That's Wadood Ibrahim in the middle

Searching for the success secrets of Canada’s best bosses, PROFIT magazine tapped the expertise of Wadood Ibrahim, Chief Executive Officer of Protegra, a Manitoba-grown success story.  

It is no small honour – PROFIT has built a solid reputation for celebrating the best of Canada’s entrepreneurial spirit and has a circulation of over 100,000 across the country.  

True to his nature, Ibrahim sees the coverage as more of a reflection on the people of Protegra than his own leadership:  

“This article provided Protegra with an exciting opportunity to showcase our distinct company culture.  It shows that when people work together in an environment of empowerment and respect it leads to amazing results.”   

The article features Ibrahim’s insights on four elements he says are crucial to Protegra’s success:       

  • Create and Maintain a Culture
  • Be Open to Staff Suggestions
  • It’s Never Too Late for a Change
  • Empower Everybody 

Written by Chris Atchison, the article appears in the March 2011 edition of PROFIT and is on newsstands now. 

You can access the article here

Protegra helps organizations in a variety of industries and government around the world identify and solve tough business performance challenges.  Protegra offers management consulting services focused on operational efficiencies.  For organizations that use information technology for competitive advantage, Protegra offers software development and evolution services and solutions.  

To learn more access the Protegra website here.

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