Under the patronage of HE the Prime Minister and Minister of Interior Sheikh Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa al-Thani, the Sustainable Strategic Plan 2018-2022 for the Ministry of Municipality and Environment (MME) will be launched on Sunday.
The ministry announced this at a press conference yesterday, revealing that it concluded the plan for the next five years and presented the goals, phases, methodology and priorities for action.
Sheikh Faleh bin Nasser al-Thani, assistant undersecretary for general services affairs at the ministry, said the strategic plan is a roadmap that leads to achieving the goals of the ministry, in parallel with the second National Development Strategy 2018-2022 and Qatar National Vision 2030. “The ministry will develop its vision and strategic value by focusing on beneficiaries and improving the services it provides.”
He said since the decision of the Minister of Municipality and Environment to form a team to follow up preparing this plan, its sectors and manage its implementation, the methodology of the project and its plan have been supervised. The team also held periodic meetings with the planning and quality department to receive a briefing on the updates of each phase, as well as to supervise the project outputs, adopt the completed work and other related matters.
The official said the methodology that was followed to implement the project focused on a number of factors in developing as establishing the sustainable strategic plan and its sectors for the ministry, which included assessing the strategic content and analysing the strategic options.
He said based on this, the strategic map of the ministry has been finalised and its strategic plan has been prepared including the vision, message, values, strategic goals and the link
Sheikh Faleh highlighted that with the ministry’s vision, message and goals, strategic maps were designed and balanced scorecard for the sectors to clarify the linkage between the ministry’s strategic objectives and sectoral objectives, in addition to identifying performance indicators and targets for the next five years from 2018-2022.
He highlighted due to the ministry’s keenness to build effective communication between departments and sector strategies, a harmonisation process between the strategic goals and department initiatives and the strategic goals of the sectors took place.
In addition it translated balanced scorecard for departments to operational plans through several issues such as prioritising projects based on the strategic map of the sector in question and the strategic objectives of management as well as setting time schedules and activities to implement projects.
The process also included identifying the resources required to implement the plan, strategic plan implementation management processes, detailed performance indicators and how to calculate them, sources of data, the method of aggregation and the periodicity of measurement as well as the development of an integrated framework for risk management, contingency plans and business continuity, he said.
Zafer Mohammed al-Hajri, director, planning and quality at the ministry, stressed the importance of strategic plans governing the institutional work, in line with Qatar National Vision 2030.
He pointed to the department efforts in preparation of the sustainable strategic plan of the Ministry of Municipality and Environment, using experts and specialists from various sectors of the ministry, and an international expert house specialised in the formulation of strategic plans, focusing on evaluating the strategic context of the ministry through studying the internal and external environment, and making appropriate comparisons regionally and globally. (QNA)
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