On the 4 October 2022 the Final Knowledge Sharing Summit of the 5th Cycle of Dubai We Learn marked a new beginning with a name change from “Dubai We Learn” to “Dubai for Best Practices” in recognition of Dubai’s maturity in leading the application of best practices. This was also the first in-person summit of the current cycle, enabling all participants to meet each other for the first time, bringing a buzz of excitement and energy to the event. The four teams of Digital Science, Joined-up Digital Services, Building Capability for Future Jobs, and Behavioural Sciences presented how they used the TRADE Best Practice Benchmarking Methodology to identify and recommend best practices for the Dubai Government to implement. The presentations were followed by 10 minutes of questions and answers with a local and international jury.

Group photo of the four teams with the jury panel, DGEP and COER

Jury Members
(In-Person)
International Jury Members
(Virtual)
Ahmed Huraimel
Advisor
Dubai Model Center- Executive Council of Dubai
Sabah AlShamsi
Director of Corporate Services
Executive Council of Dubai
Dr. Ayesha AlMutawa
Director Strategy & Corporate Excellence
Dubai Corporation for Ambulance Services
Professor Dotun Adebanjo
University of Greenwich
UK
Dr Alan Samuel
Researcher (Futurist & Best Practice),
New Zealand

 

 

TeamProject Aim
Joint Digital ServicesTo develop a Best Practice Joined-up Digital Services Model for the Dubai Government.
Data Management and Decision-MakingTo develop a Dubai Government Data Sciences Model that will support and accelerate data science maturity aligned to the Dubai Government’s digital strategy and future aspirations.
Building Government Capabilities for Future JobsTo identify and recommend best practices in building Dubai’s public sector capabilities for future civilian jobs.
Behavioural Science for Government EffectivenessAssist the Government of Dubai in initiating the utilization of behavioural sciences within government entities to deliver societal-centric strategies, policies, programs, and services

 

Joint Digital Services project team

 

Data Management and Decision-Making (Data Science) project team

 

Building Government Capabilities for Future Jobs project team

 

Behavioural Science for Government Effectiveness project team

Dubai for Best Practices is provided by the Dubai Government Excellence Programme (DGEP) in cooperation with the Centre for Organisational Excellence Research (COER), New Zealand


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BPIR Category : 14.2.1 Develop benchmarking capabilities
14.2.4 Conduct best practice/ process benchmarking
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