Defense: Guémilatou Tiemtoré invites secretaries to be at the cutting edge of technology

Ouagadougou: the candidate, Guémilatou Tiemtoré, invited public administration secretaries to be at ‘the cutting edge of digital technology’ to increase their performance and facilitate the execution of their tasks, in his thesis with a view to obtaining the Brevet de Technicien Supérieur (BTS).

Madame Guémilatou Tiemtoré defended her thesis on Friday with a view to obtaining the Brevet de Technicien Supérieur (BTS) at ESCO-IGES under the theme ‘Executive Secretary in the era of digital transformation: case of Editions Sidwaya’.

‘I noticed with the advent of technology that everything is digital these days, hence the choice of this theme. And it is therefore important for a secretary to be at the cutting edge of technology,’ argued Guémilatou Tiemtoré.

Ms. Tiemtoré also believes that executive secretaries can play a crucial role in organizational success by effectively supporting management and contributing to operational efficiency.

She also admitted that her internship at Editions Sidwaya taught her per
severance, versatility and efficiency.

‘The internship we did at Editions Sidwaya gave us clear confirmation that theory and practice are not necessarily similar but rather complementary,’ she confided.

At the end of the presentation, the jury judged the document valid and awarded it a score of 16/20.

Ms. Tiemtoré, previously secretary in the Finance and Accounting Department at Éditions Sidwaya, intends to use her new skills for the benefit of the public press group in Burkina Faso.

Source: Burkina Information Agency