The Director-General, Lagos State Office of Transformation, Creativity and Innovations (OTCI), Mr Toba Otusanya has stressed the need for organisations to train their officers, saying such training would afford administrative officers their rightful professional recognitions with emphasis on human management rather than performing general functions.

Mr Otusanya spoke during a training programme for administration and human resource officers in the state ministries, departments and agencies (MDAs),  at the Digital Centre,Alausa, Ikeja. The training programme was organised by OTCI.

He said the training was informed by the realisation that if adequate attention is given to human resources which is the greatest and most valuable asset of any organisation, it would be easier to address challenges facing other assets and areas of administration in organisations.

He added that the training became pertinent in view of  the approval given by Governor Akinwumu Ambode, adding that the governor was keen in building a public service that is well-structured, better organised and with workers that have the right attitude,  skills and right motivation to perform their roles efficiently and effectively.

Otusanya added administration and human resource are alternative management approach that are concerned with personnel, issues of structure, quality, culture, values, commitment and the matching of resources for future need.

He said the adoption of human resources management practice would ensure that the right people are in the right job doing the right thing at the right time.

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