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2022 ◽  
Vol 6 (1) ◽  
Author(s):  
أبو صالح ، محمد حسين سليمان

massive and varied natural resources which are available in strategic quantities, beside the strategic geographical location , in a way to study the impact of this situation on the National security.   The objective of stduy is to determine strategic vision in order to achieve the National strategic interests and the best way to deal with International interests conflict.   The most important findings of the study are : ■ The necessity of the national strategic planning as an important factor to achieve the strategic power needed to manage the international interests conflict.   ■ The necessity of developing a National mechanism to take Care of state strategic plan


2022 ◽  
Vol 6 (1) ◽  
pp. 26-42
Author(s):  
Disterius Ondieki Nyandika ◽  
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Paul Machoka ◽  
Michael Ngala ◽  
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In today’s dynamic and competitive business environment, organizations are adopting the enterprise risk management framework to address the inadequacies in risk management in entities. Operating in today’s dynamic and competitive business environment organizations are faced with ever evolving risks as they implement their strategic objectives in order to create value. This study examined the intervening effect of corporate strategy on the relationship between transformational leadership and enterprise risk management adoption. This research adopted a positivist research philosophy and cross-sectional survey design approach. The target population comprised all the Commercial State Corporations in Kenya listed in the register of State Corporations Advisory Committee (SCAC) as at January 2021. The unit of analysis was the 52 Commercial State Corporations and unit of observation was top management of each entity. The study used primary data which was collected through structured questionnaires. The Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS version 22) was used in regression modeling for prediction and causal inferences between study variables. The study findings indicated a partial mediation effect on the mediating role of corporate strategy on the relationship between transformational leadership and ERM adoption. The objective was achieved. The study recommends that the commercial state corporations should anchor the ERM adoption activities and other management programmes in the corporate strategic plan for effective execution. In addition, the corporate strategic plan should be cascaded to stakeholders to enhance ownership and design policy to ensure the implementation of the corporate strategic plan is effectively monitored. Keywords: Corporate Strategy, Transformational Leadership, Enterprise Risk Management & Commercial State Corporations


Author(s):  
Alireza Parsapour ◽  
Ehsan Shamsi Gooshki ◽  
Hossein Malekafzali ◽  
Farzaneh Zahedi ◽  
Bagher Larijani

Medical ethics faces several challenges in different aspects of education, research, and treatment in medicine and healthcare practice. Design and implementation of a national strategic plan can pave the way for the development of a roadmap in various countries to strengthen ethics and address these challenges.  To create a comprehensive plan compatible with the Iranian healthcare system, a multidisciplinary team of main stakeholders compiled a national strategic plan of medical ethics following several focus group discussion sessions and two workshops (2014-2017). Ultimately, the plan was confirmed by the Supreme Council for the Medical Ethics of the Ministry of Health and Medical Education. The current paper is a national report of the process and the medical ethics strategic plan in Iran. We have also tracked signs of progress and achievements in the country. In conclusion, this valuable effort has led to significant success in the implementation of medical ethics in clinical medicine, medical research, and education by using all the resources in our country. The participation of all the stakeholders, especially healthcare professionals in this way is required.  


2022 ◽  
pp. 220-235
Author(s):  
Ndwakhulu Stephen Tshishonga

This chapter interrogates the benefits that would accrue to and challenges faced by universities in their developmental transition from being an ivory tower to engaged and people-centered institutions. The chapter argues that universities should consider themselves as vehicles of socio-economic change by participating in the process of forming values and setting reachable goals for the benefit of larger society. University of Botswana (UB) adopted ‘Strategy for Excellence: University of Botswana Strategic Plan to 2016 and Beyond' while the University of KwaZulu-Natal has adopted Strategic Plan 2017-2021 with eight goals. Through these plans, the universities seek to have a more direct impact within communities and society. Community engagement or service learning is adopted as one of the vehicles to fast-track the transition process in this chapter. This chapter is qualitative and has made use of UB and UKZN as the case studies to deliberate the university transition from ivory towers into engaged, responsible, and people-centered institutions.


2022 ◽  
pp. 75-85
Author(s):  
Jefferson E. Arias Gómez ◽  
Silvia L. Espinosa Acevedo

The Corporación Universitaria Minuto de Dios UNIMINUTO has determined a series of objectives as levers for growth and development, which have prepared it to face great changes. In this sense, UNIMINUTO Bogotá - Presential Academic Programs Campus designed the Strategic Plan 20-25 “Bogotá and UNIMINUTO, a learning community,” with which it marked its evolutionary path for the next few years. Within this planning and management framework, and based on the attention of the effects caused by COVID-19, this campus made adjustments to its processes and plans, with a series of effects that determined new learning in relation to accessibility and use of technologies in the teaching-learning process; redefinition of the mechanism for the appropriation and awareness of the strategic plan; development of activities requiring attendance, ensuring compliance with all biosafety measures; safe return of students through an alternation model and mechanisms to provide financial support to students and families to guarantee the continuity of the operation and institutional sustainability.


2022 ◽  
pp. 159-174
Author(s):  
Julie Hernandez ◽  
Jason Thompson ◽  
Talia Mark Brookshire

Reimagining diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) became a high priority and central in WGU's strategic plan including successes, lessons learned, and opportunities to make an even greater impact for faculty, staff, students, and communities. In this chapter, per the authors, WGU's wins, lessons learned, and opportunities to make an even greater impact for faculty, staff, students, and stakeholders are explored. Higher education institutions and businesses alike realized an inclusive workplace where employees feel they can be their authentic selves was necessary to attract the best talent and foster greater innovation. Although WGU was more uniquely positioned to host DEI initiatives, strategies, and trainings virtually, there were still many lessons to be learned.


2022 ◽  
Vol 7 ◽  
pp. 3
Author(s):  
Riadh AL-Dabbagh

Over the years, Dubai − UAE has achieved undoubtedly fascinating development in city styles and construction. The desert has been transferred to an advanced modern city with the tallest buildings in a considerable time. It has always encouraged achieving healthy and sustainable development in all sectors, explicitly building construction. It has and still working towards maintaining the balance between socio-economic development and environmental protection. It has been announced and put within the national vision that it is of priority for the Government to transform Dubai into a smart city with an eco-friendly economy. This is under the aim to make it the most sustainable city in the world by 2021. The other Emirates are also trying to build their own fully sustainable cities. A sustainable plan is “a building that reduces its environmental impact by decreasing energy and water use and reducing the waste production. Dubai's Green Building Regulations and Specifications encourage all contractors to build toward an eco-friendlier tomorrow, maintaining the future cohorts without negatively impacting the resident's health. It covers a wide range of topics related to green building design, including ecology planning, building vitality, resource efficiency in energy, water, materials, and waste management. Dubai has made the environment a part of its overall strategic plan, including many sub-plans, initiatives, and projects to improve the emirate's environmental conditions and reduce energy use. Dubai's strategic plan to become a green metropolis includes green buildings and green building materials. The difficulties that sustainable urban development presents are considerable. They are working on various techniques to lead today's urbanisation toward sustainability, including urban planning, transportation infrastructure, quality of life, and renewable energy use, to name a few. Green construction and green towns are part of a long-term national drive in the UAE to promote a green economy with the tagline “A green economy for sustainable development”. This paper is highlighting the advanced initiatives, technologies, materials, strategies, difficulties and challenges that Dubai has been through to achieve sustainable smart city goals.


2021 ◽  
Vol 1 (01) ◽  
pp. 63-79
Author(s):  
Genta Mahardika Rozalinna ◽  
Violetta Lovenika Nur Anwar

This study aims to analyze resilience from sandwich generation during the pandemics concerning the needs for living place (rusunawa) in city space East Java province. Rusunawa is a part of strategic plan from Flats directorate, ministry of public works and society housing in 2020-2024 which provides new houses for about 107-967 units through program flats building, special house and stimulant budget for constructing new self-subsistent house. Rusunawa is made especially for the people who has low income, and were built in around 18.380 unit. The method of taking data is using in-depth interviews on four members of sandwich generation which located in Malang, Probolinggo, Surabaya, and Sidoarjo also second data resources in form of empirical study report and government documents which related strategic plan rusunawa construction, the number of sandwich generation, also number of possession status of the rental house. The result is the narratives of experiences of sandwich generation for choosing a place to live also the interaction that happened among the sandwich generation in defining urban resilience. This debate happens in the context of understanding and embedding the word of tough and defense city in the thought of the sandwich generation. The economy factor happened dominantly to the sandwich generation for choosing the needs of a place to live other than the capacity of economy capacity, human, also disturbance during pandemic. All together think about the economy capacity which they had in a way of more to choose a place to stay with ste status of 'rental house' than possesed their own house without considering another capacities in the elements of city defense. This thing become contradictory in the middle of effort of the government which getting intense to the evaluation of indicator of the tough city for manifesting city defense.


2021 ◽  
Vol 13 (2) ◽  
pp. 1350-1366
Author(s):  
Dr. Yousry Mohammed Othman ◽  
Dr. Nasser Saud Alrayes

The purpose of this study was to prepare a proposed strategic plan for the preparatory year, which would provide the first-year university program, in the light of Saudi Arabia vision 2030. The researchers in this study used the analytical descriptive curriculum to suit the nature of the subject, and given the nature and objectives of the study, the researchers used the "purposeful sampling", through the identification of a group of experts, selected from the specialists and management experience in academic work, according to the following criteria: (Have experience, leadership in academic work, focus on who has experience in strategic planning and focus on who has experience in academic accreditation and quality). 36 experts responded, taking their views on the applicability of the proposed strategic plan to Saudi Arabia's environment and their development observations. The study provided a practical explanation of how the proposed strategic plan was prepared in accordance with the Pfeiffer model and the SWOT model, which were developed in a number of stages: Define the concept of the strategic plan, Form the strategic planning group on the basis of the preparatory year, Self-evaluation and self-study for the preparatory year in the light of the criteria of the National Centre for Assessment and Academic Accreditation (NCAAA) and environmental analysis of the preparatory year, gap analysis and define prioritization, Building the strategic plan, which includes the following stages: exploring the stakeholders' views on the vision, mission and current objectives of the preparatory year; formulating the vision, mission and strategic goals in the light of the results of the stakeholders survey and the views of the experts, after adjusting the formulation of the vision, mission and strategic goals in the light of the results of the stakeholders survey; alignment the proposed strategic goals of the preparatory year with each of the following: The strategic goals of Imam Abdul Rahman Ben Faisal University “IAU”, the criteria of the NCAAA, the National Qualifications Framework 2020 and the formulation of the final vision, mission and strategic goals in the light of the results of the survey of stakeholders and experts; formulation of sub-goals, blessings and performance indicators for each strategic goals, the implementation plan for apply of the strategy, follow-up and evaluation of the proposed strategic plan for the preparatory year.


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