Arab Public Management Report : Sustainability
This study was conducted to reach recommendations based on data and evidence to support government leaders in planning for the future in a world characterized by rapid changes, complexity, ambiguity, and increasing risks. The sustainability of Arab government administration was evaluated using the following methodology during a six-month study in the second half of 2022:
– Comprehensive Literature Review: This review was led by regional experts in government administration from institutions such as the Mohammed bin Rashid School of Government (United Arab Emirates), Hult International Business School (United States), University of Melbourne (Australia), and the American University of Beirut (Lebanon). It provided insights into the existing body of knowledge in the field.
– Library Review of Government Plans and Data related to Sustainability: A thorough review was conducted of all publicly available documents pertaining to sustainability and the progress made at the national level in each country, among other aspects.
– Expert Opinions: Interviews were conducted with numerous global sustainability experts with experience in the region. This helped gather diverse perspectives and insights into the challenges and opportunities related to sustainability in the region.
– Voice of Arab Governments: A survey was conducted to capture the opinions of government officials. The survey included more than 1600 interviews with civil servants in seven Arab countries, aimed at studying the views of government employees regarding sustainability and government work.
Based on the data and evidence collected through these methods, the study can provide recommendations and insights grounded in reality to support Arab government leaders in enhancing their efforts in the field of sustainability and achieving sustainable development in a rapidly changing environment.Click on the Link Below to Access the Report