“Project benefits realization is often set to the immediate / direct gains that an organization aims to accrue at the onset of the business case development. Additional gains that an organization reaps, go far beyond that which was targeted at the scoping stage of a project, yielding far greater value than planned or envisaged. The case study will demonstrate the impact an initiative initially intended to address technology competencies improvements in people in an organization, resulted in changes that significantly transformed the organisations adaptation of technology enabled capabilities.”

Sam Njoe

Sammy Njoe has 18 years of experience with UNICEF, wherein he has served in a Country office, 3 Regional offices and HQ. In his current role, he has served to anchor the application of systems and solutions to support Programme delivery needs by leveraging ICT and management skills, working closely with Country Programme teams in many locations across the Organization. While at UNICEF Regional Office for East Asia Pacific, based in Bangkok, he has contributed to the remodeling of ICT for high organizational impact, through his engagements with the Global ICT organization. Prior to joining UNICEF, he had accumulated experience in the private sector in Kenya, over a period of 16 years, in Senior ICT and Management positions in the Financial services sector and the ICT industry. He is an active member of the PMI and is a certified PMP.

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