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Transformational leadership is an industrial-age model because it portrays influence as a force, which flows exclusively top-down. The surge of new technologies, especially sophisticated information and communications technologies has rendered possible what has been termed as globalization of the economy, or even globalization. The GCC Government organizations eService Modernization  is touching new heights to keep pace with the global eServices competitive criteria and measurement with its venture into eMarketing Strategy framework and investment in the eCitizens.


Datamatix is pleased to present the “Under Secretaries and Directors Government e-Leadership Development Conference” which aims to discuss the global technological challenges faced by the government under sectaries and senior directors in achieving the eLeadership framework based on the concept of total people involvement in the age of e-Leadership and eCitizens and strategies to promote government eLeadership sustainability.

 
Event Speakers
  • Dr. Ahmad Tahlak
    Dr. Ahmad Tahlak
    President & Chairman
    LEVENBERT
  • Jorge Sebastiao, CISSP
    Jorge Sebastiao, CISSP
    ICT Expert, DC Cloud Practice Leader Data Center Solutions
    Huawei
  • Usman Zafar
    Usman Zafar
    Country Manager (Middle East & North Africa)
    ]init[ Services for the e-Society
  • Hani AlGhofaily
    Hani AlGhofaily
    Director Dept of e-Media
    Al Riyadh Newspaper
  • Mr. Mhamed Biygautane
    Mr. Mhamed Biygautane
    Research Associate
    Dubai School of Government
  • Hamad S Alolayan
    Hamad S Alolayan
    Insurance & Actuarial Studies & Research Office (Supervisor)
    The Public Institution for Social Security (PIFSS) – Kuwait
  • Saleh bin Mohammed Al-Shuaibi
    Saleh bin Mohammed Al-Shuaibi
    Former Member of Shoura Council, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
  • Saleh bin Mohammed Al-Shuaibi
    Saleh bin Mohammed Al-Shuaibi
    Former Member of Shoura Council, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
 
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