The detailed goals and targets have been incorporated into departmental plans and will further be carried forward into individual employee performance contracts. This will enable responsibilities to be allocated to employees to do the work, give a mechanism to measure whether the work done met the performance targets within the agreed timeframe, and provide a process of redressing poor performance. The Business Plan provides a ‘picture’ to stakeholders of the direction LEWA intends following, and the priorities that it intends focusing on.
Period of Business Plan;
Background to LEWA – An explanation of LEWA’s mandate;
Role of the LEWA, including its Vision and Mission – The role of the LEWA as a regulator of the electricity industry in Lesotho, and its Vision and Mission statements;
Structure of the LEWA, including Board Committees and departments;
Undertaking of conduct by LEWA – How the LEWA intends to conduct itself;
Internal and external business environment – The environment within which the LEWA is working;
Planning assumptions – Key assumptions made in the planning process;
Goals and focus areas – What the LEWA is doing;
Budget and Funding Plan.
Some of the core goals that LEWA aims to achieve are as follows: