Change Managment Initiative

Change Management Program for executives

 The e-Government Program (Yesser) supports change associated with implementation of the e-Government projects that require activation of technological practices and methodologies and change of attitude  as tools that enable respective government officials to implement new business processes.  Beside the  need to develop human resources in government agencies to keep pace with change, it is necessary to  change  the prevalent culture while  building an informatics community.
MCIT, represented by  the e-Government Program (Yesser),  conducts a program for developing the skills of executive leaders in the government sector on e-transition in order to boost optimum implementation and utilization of e-Government services.
One -day change management workshop was designed that targeted higher executive management  to ensure  support of effective and successful  change management at their respective organizations with special emphasis on the role of higher management during the change process and what should be done and what should be avoided.
The active and clear sponsorship is the first contributor  and main supporter of successful change projects
To ensure successful change projects, a strategic  change management plan and specific methodology and tools should be developed  based on Prosci model, a leading  international change management  and research  company, and the best world practices.

Program output:

By the end of the training program, participants will acquire the following skills and knowledge attainments:
  • Understand the significance of their role in leading  successful change for themselves and their employees. 
  • Participants were introduced to ADKAR  change management model   and methodology .
  • اDirect and integral  relationship between change management and successful project implementation was highlighted.
  • Understanding the role and function of effective executive sponsorship.
  • اAbility to build support between managers and leaders.
  • ​​What should be done and what should be avoided was identified to ensure successful change projects.