The fourth conference for evaluating Arya Sasol Polymer Company’s (ASPC) performance in the first half of the Iranian calendar year of 1397 (March 2018-March 2019) and updating the company’s action plans for the year 1397 was held in Kish Island, southern Iran, on November 16-18, 2018, with the participation of the company’s Managing Director Amir Hossein Bahreini, middle and senior managers, as well as planning officers of the company’s 54 units.
According to the public relations department of the company, all the units’ activities and performances in the first six months of the year 1397 were studied and evaluated, then chapters of new action plans of the units for the second six months of the year 1397 were revised and approved over the three-day event.
Speaking at the conference, Bahreini emphasized the need for having annual comprehensive plans in line with the approved strategies, describing them as one of the unique factors in the company’s progress towards its lofty goals and in the continuation of the company’s successes.
The conference for evaluating ASPC’s six-month performance is held annually (since the Iranian calendar year of 1395 – from March 2016 to March 2017), aimed at evaluating the overall progress of the action plans of the company’s all units. ASPC formulates its annual plans with the utmost participation of all the organizational units of the company — within the framework of an exclusive and integrated software — and evaluates, revises, and updates them at six-month intervals. In order to become assured of realizing the goals, all the units are monitored and controlled on a monthly basis. And through running planning conferences in every six months, all the units’ performances are reported to the senior management, while the highest level of organizational coordination is achieved as well. Based on the results of the conference held in Kish Island, the company’s action plans for the year 1397 – with more than 1,100 approved chapters and some 7,000 defined activities – have progressed by 88.4 percent over the first six months of the year.