Digital Transformation of Governments and Organisations

Design and lead the digital change

The overwhelming majority of governments and organisations are still in the early stages of their digital transformation. Big tech and the private sector are often the main source of information in this area. This short course addresses the needs of all those who wish to (or need to) have a deeper understanding of the promises and pitfalls of digital technologies for their organisation. Which technology could best suit your current and future needs? What should you be particularly cautious about when developing these transformation programs? These are some of the fascinating questions we will address with our experts in this programme.

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Objectives
 

  • Equip yourself with digital literacy and skills to design and lead your own digital transformation strategy

  • Offer real-world uses of the technology to identify when AI, blockchain and quantum technologies are the best solution for a given situation

  • Provide guidance to develop a human-centered and accountable approach to digital technology for public action

  • Give a clear direction to secure the collection of, access to, and process of relevant and quality data

  • Prepare organisations and governments for future internal and external changes

 

Who should apply?
 

  • Professionals who are directly or indirectly involved in the transformation of their organisation (human resources, change management, IT, governance, finance, administration)

  • Private, public, international organisation or NGO sectors

 

Certificate
 

Upon full completion of the course, you will receive a Graduate Institute Executive Education Certificate of Attendance for the Digital Transformation of Government and Organisations programme. You have the possibility to earn 3 ECTS by submitting an assignment.

Terms and conditions

Calendar

Part 1
20 - 22 Oct. 2022

Part 2
10 - 12 Nov. 2022

Part 3
2 - 3 Dec. 2022

Application deadline
20 Sep. 2022

 

Fees

Fees
CHF 4'800

 

Discounts

Discounts
Alumni, Come with your colleagues
Early bird (apply before 20 July 2022)
Contact us

 

Location

Maison de la Paix
Chemin Eugène-Rigot 2A
1202 Geneva

 

Location

Language
English
 

Our open enrolment programmes can be adapted to fit the needs of your organisation.

Customise the programme

PART 1: Technological and conceptual foundations
 

  • The growing role of digital technologies in international affairs

  • Best practices to innovate in the public sector

  • Data science and artificial intelligence 101

  • Unveiling power dynamics in the design of technologies

  • Countering data and digital inequalities

  • Key principles of data protection regulation

  • Leading a digital needs assessment process

 

Part 2: Design your digital transformation strategy
 

  • Design a human-centered digital transformation

  • Efficient operations and services with artificial intelligence

  • Artificial intelligence for mediation and negotiation

  • Collaborative digital governance and knowledge management

  • Blockchain for transparent and secure processes 

  • Quantum technologies for public action

  • Build and prepare for future scenarios with strategic foresight

 

Part 3: Implement your digital transformation strategy
 

  • Implement a sustainable digital transformation strategy 

  • Understand change management and technology adoption challenges

  • Explore the future of work and organisations

  • Cybersecurity 101

  • Design your own cybersecurity strategy

  • Emerging technologies in cyber-insecure world

 

Participants Final presentations


Date TBC (half a day - end of January)

Calendar

Part 1
20 - 22 Oct. 2022

Part 2
10 - 12 Nov. 2022

Part 3
2 - 3 Dec. 2022

Application deadline
20 Sep. 2022

 

Fees

Fees
CHF 4'800

 

Discounts

Discounts
Alumni, Come with your colleagues
Early bird (apply before 20 July 2022)
Contact us

 

Location

Maison de la Paix
Chemin Eugène-Rigot 2A
1202 Geneva

 

Location

Language
English
 

Our open enrolment programmes can be adapted to fit the needs of your organisation.

Customise the programme

 FACULTY

 

Jérôme Duberry

JEROME DUBERRY
Programme Director, Executive Short Course on Digital Transformation of Governments and Organisations
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Guillemette Carlucci

GUILLEMETTE CARLUCCI
Executive Education Portfolio Manager
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Speakers

 

Speakers of the programme work in the following organisations:   

Academia: Geneva Graduate Institute, Geneva Academy (data protection), UNIGE (quantum), ETHZ (AI), AI4GOV (AI), Oxford University (Internet negotiations)
  
Nonprofits: UNESCO (AI), FAO (AI), IUCN (e-gov), The Global Fund (e-gov), ICRC (innovation), GCSP (cybersecurity), Cyberpeace Institute (cybersecurity), GESDA (emerging tech), Moeda (blockchain), WEF (e-gov)
   
Private sector:
Google, Microsoft

Calendar

Part 1
20 - 22 Oct. 2022

Part 2
10 - 12 Nov. 2022

Part 3
2 - 3 Dec. 2022

Application deadline
20 Sep. 2022

 

Fees

Fees
CHF 4'800

 

Discounts

Discounts
Alumni, Come with your colleagues
Early bird (apply before 20 July 2022)
Contact us

 

Location

Maison de la Paix
Chemin Eugène-Rigot 2A
1202 Geneva

 

Location

Language
English
 

Our open enrolment programmes can be adapted to fit the needs of your organisation.

Customise the programme

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