The public prosecution opened a 5-day training today in Amman, Jordan on Planning and Administrative Monitoring from a Strategic Perspective. The Head of the Planning and Policy Department CP Yasser Hammad and a number of administrative staff as well as representatives from the Canadian funded Sharaka project participated in the training.
The director of Joint Efforts Group Dr. Marwan Issa opened the first session. He stressed on the importance of the public prosecution staff's knowledge of the modern management methods, which would contribute to promoting the concept of teamwork. He also expressed the Group's willingness to provide additional trainings to the public prosecution staff.
On his part, the head of the Planning and Policy Department CP Yasser Hammad expressed his gratitude to the Group, and reflected the Attorney General's message to them on the possibility of holding a training for porsecutors on strategic plans in accordance with the public prosecution's vision.
The program aims at providing the participants with knowledge on all theoretical and practical concepts relating to administrative behavior and on the administrative process; the importance and role of planning, organization and administrative monitoring towards success; models and methods that assist in planning, organizing and monitoring work; contributing and impeding factors to planning and organization and methods to overcome them; the phases and methods of regulating the planning process to activate the implementation and monitoring process; the strategic perspective of planning and monitoring; excellence in performance, its basis and role in the development process, and its applications in the work environment; and the efficient use of the performance excellence standards to reach the expected results.
The program addresses the concepts and terms relating to planning and administrative monitoring from a strategic perspective; an introduction to the administrative process and approach; applications of administration elements in office management; the importance of institutional work to achieve excellence in performance; the objectives, importance and steps of administrative planning; models on planning work and work organization tools; time management and its role in planning and implementation; drafting objectives and identifying strategies and policies; the criteria for planning, organization and identifying priorities in work; monitoring the implementation of activities and administrative planning steps in work; scientific methods for identifying and developing criteria and performance rates; wrong concepts relating to civil service and their destructive effects on the development process; and the culture of excellence and its basis, and the methods and means for monitoring.
It is worth noting that the program is part of the public prosecution's goals aiming at developing the performance of its administrative staff, in order to achieve professional excellence.