The Arab University for Science and Technology relies on three main starting points when developing its strategic plans
Where are we now? Where do we want to be? How do we get there?
After answering the previous questions, the Arab University sets out to define its strategic objectives from the environmental analysis of the university in all its colleges and directorates, where the university administration works continuously to determine each of the following:
- The strengths are the internal capabilities that will help in meeting the demands and overcoming difficulties.
- Weaknesses are the internal deficits that prevent the university from meeting its demands.
- Opportunities, which are external conditions or certain trends that facilitate reaching the goal.
- Threats, which are external conditions and trends that will affect the university’s efficiency.
Objectives of strategic planning at the Arab University for Science and Technology
The university develops its strategic plans by trying to answer the following questions:
What are the majors in which the university works?
What are the activities that the university seeks to do in the future?
What are the desires and needs of the clients?
What are the expectations of stakeholders?
Who are the competitors?
What is the size of the sector that we are competing for?
What is the impact of technology on the disciplines of the university's work in the future?
In addition to the above, the university seeks to have its strategic objectives:
Specific, Measurable, Realistic, achievable and specific execution time.