Abu Dhabi police launches knowledge charter
Abu Dhabi, April 27, 2014
The Abu Dhabi Police has launched the knowledge charter, which includes commitment by all of Abu Dhabi Police GHQ’s leaders and staff members to achieve the strategic objectives, by investing in information and knowledge and participating in the process of sharing knowledge and expertise on all occupational levels.
This approach would embody the concept of knowledge and enhance satisfaction rate of the Abu Dhabi Police GHQ’s customers, partners, and community members, as well as the government’s confidence.
Upon launching the charter, Col Sheikh Mohammad bin Tahnoun Al Nahyan, the director of Peripheral Regions Directorate and chairman of the Knowledge Higher Committee, indicated that the Abu Dhabi Police GHQ’s strategy focuses on upgrading the standards of strategic work and developing institutional performance to the highest levels.
He also explained the knowledge management methodology at Abu Dhabi Police GHQ, which works on documenting the knowledge management process according to the highest standards.
Col Sheikh Mohammad said the general cognitive framework for knowledge management had been established and the types of knowledge at Abu Dhabi Police have been identified and classified, in addition to knowledge sources and the various mechanisms to collect, classify, analyze and update these forms of knowledge.
The charter also aims at leveraging knowledge to solve work requirements (obstacles-problems); to enhance productivity of staff members and human cadres; to improve their skills and expertise and to explore the best practices," he added.-TradeArabia News Service