Pat Gibbons

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Overall winners: Martin Woods, developer engineer at Aid:Tech; Minister of State for Trade, Employment, and Business, Pat Breen; Niall Dennehy, co-founder of Aid:Tech; Danny Curran, Aid:Tech director of growth; Nicola Paoli, Aid:Tech’s blockchain developer; and Irish Times columnist and MC for the night David McWilliams. The company also won the IT and Fintech category, sponsored by KPMG.

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The Executive Agenda report was produced following research carried out by the UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School earlier this year.

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“We take people out of their comfort zones and make team players out of them,” says  Prof Karan Sonpar

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Pat Gibbons: “There is increasing research evidence that the competitiveness of economies is directly linked to the quality of management.”

The new Diploma in Advanced Management Performance at the UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School is aimed at helping companies gain a competitiv(...)