close

Вход

Забыли?

вход по аккаунту

код для вставкиСкачать
E-Learning for e-Procurement: leveraging
technology and learning to foster consensus for
results
WBI – Governance
April 12, 2011
Vision
Multi-stakeholder engagement:
government, private sector and civil society
Learning Together
Dynamic Process
Similar Challenges
GDLN:
Innovative approaches to instruction
Global Collaboration:
South-South Knowledge Exchange
Approach
Country X
VC
Country Y
VC
Continued in country
support
Country Z
Process
Results
• Provides the ‘how’ of adopting eProcurement
• Country-specific strategic action plans
• Build country coalitions, connect to global networks • Senior level buy-in for reforms
• Collective implementation for success
• Communications strategy
Country Alumni:
Albania, Armenia, Georgia, Ghana, Jordan, Kenya, Moldova, Rwanda and Tanzania
Content of Learning
Session 00: Training of
facilitators
Session 1: Overview eProcurement as a Tool for
Improved Governance
Session 2: e-Procurement
and Procurement Reform
Session 6: Security and
Standards in
e-Procurement
Session 5: e-Procurement
Business Models
Session 7:
Country
Reforms
Session 4: eProcurement Technology
Solutions
Session 3:
Implementation and
Change Management
for e-Procurement
e-Procurement Series: Action Plan
Matrix
Problem
Challenges
Technology/
Change
Management
Tools
Roles and
Responsibilities
Actions
Expected
Results
Forthcoming Series in EAP:
• Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines,
Thailand, and Vietnam
April – June, 2011
Thank you for your attention!
1/--страниц
Пожаловаться на содержимое документа