Ever since the Saudi Arabia’s vision 2030 was announced, we, project and change management practitioners, and management consultants saw some real imminent change coming…
A few years ago, Prince Sultan bin Salman bin Abdul Aziz al-Saud, a former astronaut and president of the Saudi tourism commission, told The Times in an interview that the Kingdom is considering issuing tourist visas in “the near future.”
We all know how slow things move in Saudi Arabia, Prince Sultan also argued that “When you want to invite people to your house, you want a house that is ready to receive them,” and I couldn’t agree more …
This is a classic Carbuzz article, written about the car I value most of all the vehicles I’ve driven in the past dozen of years. The images used aren’t of the actual car… except for one.
Through the years of working on multiple governmental processes, you would expect that governments in the region, specifically in Saudi Arabia, given the magnitude of investment made into its governmental process, can be seen as efficient.
But this, for multiple reasons, is not the case, and will not be the case in the foreseeable future.
Throughout this article, due to various NDA’s terms, i will be giving examples that will mimic real life, but will not be related to any specific client i worked with Continue reading “Government Process Inefficiencies”