Mushtak Al-Atabi

Prof Al-Atabi is a Mechanical Engineer by training and currently is the Dean of the School of Engineering at Taylor’s University in Malaysia. He earned his PhD from the University of Sheffield in the UK and he is a Chartered Engineer and is a Fellow of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers in the UK. Prof Al-Atabi is a frequent speaker at international conferences and he delivered training and consultancy to corporates ranging from banks to energy companies.

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Think like an Engineer (OpenLearning)

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Think like an Engineer (OpenLearning)
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Engineering is an extremely exciting profession! Engineers are behind many of the advancements we are taking for granted today including computers, the Internet, smartphones, medical tools and cars. Engineers use science and math to create cool products and machines that make life worth living. Engineering is not only a [...]
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Scaling up Excellence - How to run a world class MOOC (OpenLearning)

Welcome to the Mooc on how to create and run an effective MOOC. The fundamental ideas are not hard but that may be a bit different to the ways you have approached teching before. In this course we will help you create your first MOOC and guide [...]
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Success - Achieve Success with Emotional Intelligence (OpenLearning)

Success and happiness are what most of us chase for most of our lifetimes. Interestingly, however, little is taught in schools about how to achieve success beyond the academic measures.
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Global Entrepreneurship (OpenLearning)

Entrepreneurship is a way of thinking and a frame of mind that can be learnt and cultivated. It is not only about making money but more about making a difference and transforming the world.
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Entrepreneurship (OpenLearning)

Entrepreneurship is the art of creating value through making the world a better place for both yourself and those who get in touch with your business activities.
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