Oman’s Ministry organizes workshop on leadership and motivation on accelerating government digital transition

Muscat: Acting in cooperation with global consultancy company Gartner, the Ministry of Transport, Communications and Information Technology, organized here today a workshop on the role of leadership and motivation on accelerating government digital transition.

The workshop studied measures to empower digital transition and provide incentives that enhance change and innovation. It also explored major global trends in advanced technologies, as well as means of monitoring areas of the techs’ application in the government sector.

Dr. Ali Amer Al Shidhani, Undersecretary of the Ministry of Transport, Communications and Information Technology for Communications and Information Technology, underscored the ministry’s determination to bring about a qualitative shift in government action, establish a flexible administrative apparatus that keeps pace with rapid technological developments, and upgrade the national manpower’s capabilities in the government sector.

Al Shidhani added that the workshop was aimed at ways to transfer knowledge, refine skills and promote the standard of digital awareness through participation and interaction with regional and international platform.

It also studied means of improving the culture of digital innovation and finding solutions that improve business management and enhance institutional value and performance. The workshop elaborated on the theme of inspiring leadership and its role in managing the culture of change and motivation. The workshop was attended by undersecretaries, governors, heads and members of digital transition teams from the government sector. – ONA

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