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Title: WHO Reform Stage 2 Evaluation Final Report
Authors: PricewaterhouseCoopers SA
Keywords: Evaluation
Change management
Issue Date: 18-Nov-2013
Publisher: WHO
Language: English
Abstract: The terms of reference for the second stage of the evaluation, approved by the Executive Board at its 132nd session in January 2013 contain the following scope of assessment: (i) Status of action taken on the recommendations of stage one. (ii) Modalities of implementing the reform proposal and the sufficiency of the change management strategy including:  Prioritization of various components of the reform proposal  Identification of change agents  Capability of accountability structures to support the reform process  Resource requirements for the reform proposal  Timelines defined for the implementation of the reform proposal  Performance indicators defined to measure movement towards reform process  Strategy to deal with hindrances, enablers and dependencies  Changes in internal procedures and structures to implement the reform process
Description: The WHO Executive Board at its special session on reform in November 2011 requested a two stage evaluation of the WHO reform. The first stage of the evaluation was presented to the Executive Board (EB) in May 2012 and focused on whether the WHO reform proposals had identified an appropriate range of issues that needed to be dealt with in the reform process and made recommendations on the roadmap for the second stage of the evaluation. Those recommendations, and the JIU review of management, administration and decentralization at WHO (2012), have informed the work of the Secretariat concerning the coherence between, and functioning of, the three levels of the Organization. The objective of the second stage of the evaluation is to assess the WHO reform implementation strategy and the Organization’s preparedness to implement the reform process. In particular, this stage of the evaluation is designed to assess whether change management issues and barriers to implementation have been appropriately considered and addressed.
Subject: Evaluation Studies as Topic
World Health Organization
Evaluation Studies
Change management
Gov't Doc #: EB134/39
URI: http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/127942
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