Journal of Business & Economic Policy

ISSN 2375-0766 (Print), 2375-0774 (Online) DOI: 10.30845/jbep

The Role of E- Governance in the Success of Organizational Change Strategies: A Field Study of a Sample of Government Departments in Iraq
Ahmed D. Salah El-Deen, Tarek Tume Atua

The current research aims to know the extent to which the government departments in government departments in Iraq can adopt modern and effective mechanisms such as e- governance to reduce the gap between them and the citizens and use it to make successful organizational changes to improve the current administrative organizational reality in the governorate to achieve good governance. Analysis of the relationship between e-governance includes-transparency, e- accountability, e-auditing, and organizational change strategies includes engagement and change Strategy, dialogue and negotiation strategy, deception and camouflage strategy, Learning and communication strategy, and support facilitation strategy. The sample consisted of (80) managers who occupy different organizational levels in government departments in Iraq. The questionnaire was used as a tool for collecting information, Interviews of a number of respondents to confirm the findings of the researcher, which was the most important the government departments in Iraq has used was e-governance, but limited in enhancing the success of organizational change strategies followed by this Departments also show that the government departments in Iraq seriously able to employ the changes that have occurred in the field of e- audit, to bring about more positive changes in achieving success in organizational change strategies.

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