Management of Changes

Bureaucratic reform is essentially a series of systematic and planned efforts to carry out fundamental reforms and changes to the system of governance, especially concerning aspects of (1) Institutional, (2) Management and (3) Human Resources.

Framework for Implementing Institutional Change

1. Changes in Capability and Capacity
Aim

  • Determine stakeholders and responsible parties
  • Assess readiness for change
  • Determine and implement training / coaching
  • Determine the stages of implementing Change

2. Communication
Aim

  • Develop a communication plan and strategy
  • Implement a communication plan
  • Ensuring two-way communication
  • Test the effectiveness of communication

3. Expected vision and results
Aim

  • Reach an agreement for the desired future conditions
  • Agree on the purpose of the change
  • Agree to change terms of reference

4. Planning of change
Aim

  • Arrange management change into a more detailed plan / detail
  • Agree on a compiled schedule
  • Approve KPI
  • Determine quick wins
  • Rejection and reduction plan
  • Risk

5. Implementation of change
Aim

  • Implement change management
  • Reviewing the results achieved

6. Strengthen and Maintain
Aim

  • Change the framework and maintain these changes