Characteristics of Strategic Plan of the Ministry of Planning (2022-2025)
The strategic plan of the Ministry of Planning relied on the participatory approach of the formations and departments of the ministry. The senior leadership represented by undersecretaries, heads of agencies and general managers plays an important role by actively participating in all stages of planning and implementation of the strategy from preparation and formulation of the strategy to translating it into operational plans according to the schedule specified for each program and activity.
Responsive and flexible :
The strategic plan responds to changes in the external environment and overcomes problems expected to occur in the near and long future.
There are many options available. Choosing the most appropriate option for the current circumstances.
Maintaining the future vision of the Ministry, And incur as few losses as possible.
The basic review of the reality of the situation and the challenges that the ministry faces under these circumstances.
The strategic plan, with its vision, mission, directions and strategic goals, is achievable and seeks change for the better and challenges.
It measures the desired state and situation in an objective, measurable and verifiable framework.
It is determined by a time frame through which the desired goals can be achieved. The strategic plan of the Ministry of Planning took the time dimension for the next five years (2023-2025), and consideration is given to completing the achievement of strategic goals that need longer periods of time in the subsequent strategic plan.
To be a guide for decision-making, as the strategic goals that the ministry seeks to achieve represent the decisive factor in making appropriate decisions for the situations and crises it faces.
Adopting basic axes as objective priorities (customers, financial, internal operations, quality, improvement and innovation, learning and growth) through which the Ministry’s strategic directions were determined .
Ensuring the alignment of the strategic plan with its strategic directions and objectives with the state’s orientations, represented by its ministerial curriculum, the white paper, the national development plan 2018-2022, the document responding to the recovery plan from the repercussions of Covid 19, and all sectoral plans .
Implementation and application :
Contribute to setting standards for measuring the efficiency of institutional performance. Emphasis on the implementation and effective implementation of the strategic plan through effective follow-up of the level of performance.
Conducting a strategic analysis of the environment by analyzing the components of the internal and external environment in order to reach the strengths and weaknesses of the Ministry’s interior environment. Correctly addressing obstacles and deviations.
Rating and review :
The ministry’s performance is evaluated based on the extent to which the strategic objectives are achieved through reviewing the annual checks and making benchmark comparisons to understand the current state of performance. Applying and aligning current operations with modern developments with best practices. Then all these results are combined as feedback to be used in the preparation stage of the new strategic plan.
Strategy delivery :
In order to understand the strategic direction of the Ministry of Planning and at all levels, it is necessary to spread the culture and knowledge of the strategic plan to ensure raising the level of staff awareness of the strategy and enabling them with the information and guidance they need to help them achieve the strategic direction.
Ensuring communication between the parties and teamwork where the workers must have the ability to provide feedback to ensure understanding and implementation of the communication process of the strategy.