Change Management Strategy
The Legal and Justice Sector Change Management (CM) Strategy is based on best practices which support technology-driven change. The change management is essential:
- to support adoption of the new solutions / reforms and
- to achieve benefits generated by the reforms and process transformation, including implementation of new technology / software in case management.
The Legal and Justice Sector CM Strategy is a high-level document that outlines the approach to managing change throughout the reform program and for the transition to a steady state of operation. The strategy document is developed with consideration to management and cultural perspectives within the Legal and Justice Sector and other influencing factors that could impact change.
The primary beneficiaries of the CM Strategy are the Legal Aid Scheme, Ghana Police Service (Legal), Economic and Organized Crime Office (EOCO), Ghana Prisons Service (Legal and Remand), Council for Law Reporting, Law Reform Commission, Ministry of Justice and Attorney General’s Department (Legal Service Civil Division, Legal Service Legislative Drafting Division,
Legal Service Public Prosecution Division) and Judicial Service (Registry) and Legal and Justice Sector senior leadership. Once approved, it can be made available for broader consumption based on the decisions of senior leadership.
The change management plans are the documents that will drive the regular activities of the change management team and will be developed in accordance with the CM Strategy. The essential tasks and activities derived from the change management plans are inserted into the Legal and Justice Sector Change Management plan and will run in parallel with other activities for the period of the project and also into the post-implementation review period.