The Projects Department is concerned with the preparation of a methodology to manage and follow up projects according to their objectives, priorities and importance, as well as the international standards. Also, it establishes performance measurement indicators for the completion of projects and the extent of progress to be seen by the deanship's head. The Department is also entrusted with planning projects and identifying the mechanisms through which projects are implemented.
The Projects Department consists of three divisions that work in an integrated manner to perform the assigned tasks, in coordination with the other departments of the Vice Deanship, to achieve its operational plan objectives. It also provides the work requirements for the divisions and endeavors to constantly follow up work and assess the performance of the divisions' staff. The Department includes the following:
• Implementing a structural methodology and leadership for Change Management Division's activities.
• Building a strategy to manage change.
• Supporting change management at the organizational level.
• Supporting the communication and training efforts.
• Identifying and measuring success criteria, and monitoring progress in the change process.
• Assessing the impact of change.
• Providing consultation and training to project teams.
• Supporting the leaders and their engagement to:
o To coordinate efforts with other specialists.
o To identify, analyze and prepare risk reduction methods.
o To identify and manage the expected resistance.
o To integrate change management activities into the project plan.
o To support organizational design and determines roles and responsibilities.
o To assess and ensure user readiness.
o To manage the burden of change, follow-up and reporting.