The Department of Economic Development (DED) of Abu Dhabi is a governmental entity “responsible for proposing the economic and commercial policy of Abu Dhabi Emirate and preparing the plans and programmes required for implementing this policy”, as stated by the Abu Dhabi Government.
Over the past 20 years, Dubai has experienced an incredible growth which transformed the city into one of the world’s most important economic centers. The Dubai Strategic Plan 2015, launched in 2007, set the premises of a sustainable growth with a long-term strategy.
Dubai’s 5 priorities at that time were economic development, social development, security, justice and safety, infrastructure, land and environment, and government excellence. As the plan was reaching its end, the Government started work at a new plan, the Dubai Strategic Plan 2021.
The presentation “Leveraging the Latest in Brain Science & Gamification to Deliver the Next Generation of eLearning” was delivered, on the third day of the HR Summit and Expo 2014, by Christine Tutssel, SVP of Strategic Initiatives at Axonify.
The presentation “Workplace Perspectives: Linking variable and merit pay to organizational performance” was offered, in the first day of the HR Summit and Expo 2014, by Teodora Gorski, Managing Director MENA, The KPI Institute.
The second day of the HR Summit and Expo 2014 brought the presentation “Improving the Odds of Success of Your High-Potential Programmes”, held by Eugene Burke, Chief Science & Analytics Officer at CEB.