Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) organized a workshop to update its COVID-19 strategy, which included a video chat by Professor Robert Samuel Kaplan, a professor of management at Harvard Business School, and one innovator of the Balanced Scorecard.
DEWA Workshop Members
DEWA workshop was attended by H.E. Saeed Mohammed Ahmad Al Tayer, MD, and CEO of DEWA, and the authority’s senior management team, and Khawla Al Mehairi, Executive Vice President for Strategy and Government Communication at Dubai Electricity and Water Authority, and Professor Robert Samuel Kaplan.
DEWA Workshop Strategy
His Excellency Al Tayer said that the smart transformation is a fundamental pillar in the authority’s journey during the coming period, pointing out that updating the authority’s strategy during the DEWA Workshop for the next phase comes within the framework of the vision and directives of our wise leadership to begin formulating the UAE’s strategy for the post-pandemic of the new Coronavirus, and the current crisis has shown the resilience of the United Arab Emirates economic system and its ability to keep pace with all variables.
Professor Robert Samuel Kaplan praised the performance of DEWA in the field of strategic planning and implementation and its commitment to the three-dimensional axis of strong and sustainable financial performance and its adoption in its strategic map. As one of the leading institutions in strategic planning for 20 years which the Palladium Group hopes to provide for the specialized framework for the fundamentals of the card Measuring performance, it is balanced in spreading the distinguished practices that the authority applies to other institutions in the region.
Khawla Al Mehairi said that the authority’s senior management is keen to keep pace with all developments within the framework of government trends in all sectors and the authority adopts the latest strategic planning tools, including the third generation From balanced scorecards, setting smart performance indicators and targets to measure efficiency and reliability.