On Monday, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) created a new five-year plan for the sake of the game’s governance, which aims to make the association one of the top-performing and the most credible of all. The PCB recently announced an upgraded contract for the women’s cricket team that contained plenty of new facilities and privileges.
The PCB claimed that the five-year plan boasts of the approval of the Board of Governors. And it has been made, keeping in mind, four integral principles that include accountability, transparency, ethics, and professionalism. According to their statement, the progress of the implementation will be “robustly monitored” on a monthly basis in the during the course of the strategy.
The Chief Executive Wasim Khan stated that their plan had been developed in 2019 itself and it awaited the sign-off by the Board of Governors. He expressed his satisfaction that they are in a position to announce it formally.
“We developed the five-year plan in 2019 and awaited sign-off by the Board of Governors. We are delighted that we received official sign-off in February this year and are now in a position to formally announce it. Delivery against key priorities for the 2019-2023 plan began last year.”Khan said as quoted by Hindustan Times.
“PCB has the potential to be amongst the top cricket boards in the world” : Wasim Khan
Wasim Khan went on to claim that the PCB had started working on the transformation programme in 2019 itself. The strategy is very essential as it suggests on improving Pakistan’s image globally, bring back international cricket actively in the nation, improve facilities, and allocate more resources for women’s cricket.
“The PCB has the potential and drive to be amongst the very top cricket boards in the world. This aspiration, with a commitment to action, will drive us on so that we can become consistently successful on the field and highly competent off it.” he added.