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Change management in government: exclusive lunch seminar

 

No sector can escape the digital revolution, including government. Naturally, governmental organizations are scrambling to meet expectations in this area. However, digital transformation goes beyond technology – it also demands a type of change management
that is more agile and more people-centric.

delaware organizes an exclusive lunch seminar on May 30 (12:00-14:00 at De Warande in Brussels). During this event, we cover how delaware has supported Flemish government organizations and we will also shed some light on our framework agreement for change management.

Covered topics:

- Digital transformation – a holistic approach

- IT fusion at de Vlaamse Waterweg

- Concrete change management challenges in government -

  and their solutions

- Q&A sessions

You can register here.

Want to know a little more?

Please check out these blog posts on changes in change management

and managing the change sponsor as a hurdle to the change.

Date: 30/05/2017

12:00 - 2.00 PM


Registrations are closed for this event, we are looking forward to meeting you at one of our upcoming events.

Agenda

Between courses, we’re offering you this agenda:

Digital transformation – a holistic approach

by Ludo Van den Kerckhove, Director of Strategy & Transformation at delaware

Digital transformation – a holistic approach by Ludo Van den Kerckhove, Director of Strategy & Transformation at delaware

 

IT fusion at de Vlaamse Waterweg

by Pascal Coppens, IT Manager, de Vlaamse Waterweg

Concrete change management challenges in government – and their solutions

by Jan Dooms, Manager at delaware

Concrete change management challenges in government – and their solutions by Jan Dooms, Manager at delaware

 

Q&A sessions

led by Ludo Van den Kerckhove

Q&A sessions led by Ludo Van den Kerckhove