Royal Academy of Management

Muscat, Oman – March 6, 2024 – The Royal Academy of Management, on the first anniversary of its esteemed inauguration by His Majesty Sultan Haitham bin Tariq, today unveiled its strategic vision for 2024, marking a significant milestone in its commitment to fostering leadership and administrative excellence across the Sultanate of Oman.

The unveiling, which coincides annually with the celebration of the Academy’s opening under the royal patronage of His Majesty, highlights the institution’s unwavering dedication to the principles of Oman Vision 2040. This year’s strategic initiatives are aimed at reinforcing executive learning, enhancing sustainability, and promoting inclusive community engagement.


In a significant move towards fostering inclusive growth, the Academy introduced two new programs focused on nurturing the next generation of leaders. Furthering its future-readiness, the Academy emphasized its “Future Readiness Initiatives” that include forums and dialogues on future trends. These initiatives aim to deepen leaders’ understanding of emerging trends that shape the future of nations, enhancing leaders’ preparedness for future developments and opportunities. The Academy also announced a broadened scope for 2024, targeting leadership and administrative communities, including future leaderships and directors in GCC countries, to ensure a holistic approach to developing human capital across various sectors.

The event also saw the launch of a commemorative postage stamp, celebrating the Academy’s rich legacy and its foundational support under His Majesty’s patronage. This stamp serves as a symbol of the Academy’s journey towards becoming a beacon of knowledge and leadership excellence in the region.

In addition to these announcements, the Royal Academy of Management reaffirmed its commitment to transparency and ongoing dialogue with the community and media partners. This commitment was underscored by the establishment of an annual media meeting, aimed at sharing the Academy’s achievements, vision, and future initiatives with the broader public.

“Al-Edari Journal,” the Academy’s scholarly publication, continues to play a crucial role in disseminating cutting-edge knowledge and best practices in administrative sciences. Announced topics for the upcoming year focus on aligning local management legislation and governance with Oman Vision 2040’s goals, further contributing to the nation’s sustainable development.

As the Royal Academy of Management embarks on another year of strategic growth and innovation, it remains dedicated to advancing the leadership and administrative capabilities that are essential for Oman’s progress and prosperity.