dans launches Corporate Innovation Programme
A new innovation programme has been launched by Dubai Air Navigation Services (dans) that provides air navigation services and air traffic control for four airports of Dubai and the Northern Emirates.
This programme is part of a larger dans Corporate Innovation programme.
The Air Navigation Service Provider is looking for involvement from its staff to submit their creative thoughts and recommendations to enable dans to flourish as a premier Air Navigation Service Provider. The employees are being encouraged to join in the "dans Innovates" competition by submitting their ideas for 'innovation' in the hopes of earning rewards. In addition to the "dans innovates" competition, the Innovation Program includes a number of other activities such as training in innovation leadership, an innovation awareness campaign, training in innovation and future foresight, an "innovation lab," and more.
"Innovation is our top goal in this digital age as we are dedicated to innovation on all fronts to enhance our services to meet global standards and practises. This is part of our commitment to support the Innovation Program by guaranteeing full involvement by our staff." The goal is to produce creative ideas that may help dan's future growth, disseminate knowledge among workers about the innovation programme, and build a culture of innovation, said HE Mohammed Abdulla Ahli, Seconded CEO of dans and Director-General of the Dubai Civil Aviation Authority (DCAA). This is made possible by the dedication of our workforce, which serves as the driving force behind our innovation strategy. We have faith in the ability of our staff members to innovate and create new things. dans had scheduled weekly tournaments, each of which was focused on a different theme.
The topic of discussion for the first week was "How to Increase Efficiency in dans." The employees were inspired to submit their creative suggestions, which then had to be evaluated in terms of their practicality and potential for good influence. The first ten people who sign up for the event entered a drawing that took place every Friday, and they had the opportunity to win one of four excellent prizes.
The second week topic was "How ANSP Will Be in the Future," and the third week theme was "How to Promote a Positive Work Environment and Employee Happiness." In line to dans goal by prioritising employee health, welfare, and growth in the future, with the focusing on obtaining employee input on the subject; Nonetheless, future shaping is one of the organisation's key priority areas, and this was reflected in the core topic throughout the month.
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