Dubai Municipality has been recognized as the Most Innovative Knowledge Enterprise (MIKE) award, placing it one among the top five institutions in the world in the field of knowledge management and innovation.
The MIKE Award is one of the oldest and most prestigious international recognition in the field and a global benchmark that evaluates effective knowledge management and innovative practices.
The annual international award is conducted by the Global MIKE Study Group (GMSG) which comprises the world’s prominent experts in the field of knowledge management and innovation.
Dubai Municipality achieved MIKE recognition in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region in October for its valuable contributions in the field of knowledge management and innovation and made it qualify to the global contest in December 2020.
The assessment conducted by the MIKE Global Group named the Dubai Municipality as one of the five best institutions in the world. The Municipality is the only institution from the MENA region to be ranked among the world’s top five.
“Our goal is to consolidate Dubai’s position as one of the world’s leading cities by meeting and exceeding global standards. Guided by the vision of our leadership, we strive to reach the highest levels of excellence and promote innovation-driven growth.”
Dubai Municipality has been granted the right to use the MIKE Global Award logo until 31 March 2022 in its website, correspondence and documents as official recognition of the organization’s leadership in the field of knowledge and innovation management.
Dubai Municipality received an exceptional rating in all evaluation criteria of the award covering capabilities including strategy, vision and leadership, establishing a culture of corporate innovation, investing in knowledge-based solutions and services, activating knowledge practices and systems to create new knowledge, understanding customer expectations, providing creative and virtual spaces to create added value for the concerned groups and building effective internal and external communication networks.