Change management at the UN

Earlier this year the Secretary-General established the Change Management Team and tasked it to "challenge barriers and push for improved effectiveness and coherence" in the Secretariat.

Concretely, this team will look at how the organization can undertake reforms in programme effectiveness, human resources, information and communication technology, procurement and common services, innovation in the business process, and engagement with the Member States.

 

 

A list of reforms being considered has been published and can be viewed here.

Depending on where you work and what you do, these reforms may affect you. To this end, we would be grateful for comments and feedback on the reforms being proposed by Wednesday 28 September.

As management has confirmed to us that further consultations will take place with staff representatives on each of the initiatives at the relevant level, your feedback will feed into the position that we are coordinating with the other staff associations of the United Nations.