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Pages tagged with Management reform

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CEB: Enhancing human resources management 23.02.2017

CEB also continued to provide oversight, through the High-Level Committee on Management and its Human Resources Network, of staff management policies and practices across the system with a view to promoting best practices, harmonization and administrative simplification. Issues addressed included:

CEB: Establishment of a United Nations system-wide evaluation mechanism 23.02.2017

The United Nations Evaluation Group had prepared a proposal for the joint High Level Committee on Programmes-High-level Committee on Management spring session 2007 concerning the establishment of a United Nations system-wide evaluation mechanism linked to CEB to fill the current gap concerning evaluation of system-wide processes. It was stressed that such a mechanism must be independent in order to be credible and must at the same time meet the priority needs of its stakeholders.

CEB: Management issues 23.02.2017

CEB continued its consideration of management issues in a more integrated and concrete fashion over the 2006/07 period with the support of its High-level Committee on Management. The Committee and its networks had recently given considerable time and attention to the subject of management harmonization and reform within the competence of United Nations system executive heads, with the aim of sharing information, avoiding duplication of efforts, identifying successful experiences as benchmarks and setting common directions for future work.

HLCP: 2005 world summit outcome: Management reform 23.02.2017
Broad strengthening of the UN’s oversight capacity, including the Office of Internal Oversight Services, expanding oversight services to additional agencies, calling for developing an independent oversight advisory committee, and further developing a new ethics office. Update the UN by reviewing all mandates older than five years, so that obsolete ones can be dropped to make room for new priorities.

Documents tagged with Management reform

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HLCM: Report of 35th Session (April 2018, Valencia) 04.06.2018

Conclusions of the Thirty-Fifth Session of the High Level Committee on Management (Valencia, 12-13 April 2018). Issues discussed included: Moving from risk aversion to risk management: creating value for the UN system; Duty of Care for UN system personnel; Addressing sexual harassment within the organizations of the UN system; Innovation and data for a new working culture; Advancing common business operations in UN country teams; and Collaboration with the International Civil Service Commission.

Document reference: CEB/2018/3
HLCM: Report of 34th Session (September 2017, Geneva) 10.01.2018

Conclusions of the Thirty-Fourth Session of the High Level Committee on Management (Geneva, 28-29 September 2017). Issues discussed included: Supporting the Secretary-General in his vision for Management Reform; Duty of Care for UN System Personnel and Human Resources matters; and Innovation.

Document reference: CEB/2017/5
HLCM: Report of 25th Session (March 2013, Rome) 23.02.2017

Conclusions of the Twenty-Fifth Session of the High Level Committee on Management (Rome, 7-8 March 2013). Issues discussed included: HLCM Strategic Plan and Working Modalities; Review of the Common System Compensation Package, Improved Efficiency and Cost Control Measures; Big Data; Environmental Sustainability Management in the UN System; Auditing as One; Programme Criticality Framework.

Document reference: CEB/2013/3
HLCM: Report of 24th Session (September 2012, Washington) 23.02.2017

Conclusions of the Twenty-Fourth Session of the High Level Committee on Management (Washington, D.C., 24-25 September 2012). Issues discussed included: Security and Safety of Staff;upport to Survivors of Malicious Acts & Natural Disasters and Affected Families; HLCM’s role in the next phase of Delivering as One – QCPR negotiations - Coordination with UNDG;Internal controls, Accountability and Risk Management Frameworks;Strategic Plan for Sustainability Management in the UN System.

Document reference: EB/2012/5
CEB: ACC joint statement on reform processes in United Nations System (11 November 1996) 15.06.2016

The Secretary-General and the executive heads of all the specialized agencies and United Nations programmes and funds, meeting in the Administrative Committee on Coordination (ACC) under the Secretary-General's chairmanship on 25 and 26 October 1996, reviewed the overall direction of ongoing reform processes within the United Nations system, and their implications for the strengthening of the system.

Document reference: SG/SM/6106
CEB: First Session Report (April 1997, Geneva) 23.02.2017

This report covers: Discussions on the Review of developments affecting international cooperation and development, and their implications for the United Nations system: Reform and strengthening of the United Nations system, Peace-building; Follow-up, within the system, to ACC initiatives and decisions:Coordinated follow-up to international conferences; United Nations System-Wide Special Initiative on Africa; Universal access to basic communication and information services; The Graça Machel study: impact of armed conflict on children.

Document reference: ACC/1997/4

Actions tagged with Management reform

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HLCM: Action on Environmental Sustainability Management in the UN System 23.02.2017
CEB: Action on Establishment of the Senior Management Service 23.02.2017
HLCM: Action on Improving Efficiency and Effectiveness of the UN System 23.02.2017
HLCM: Action UN Reform on contractual arrangements 23.02.2017
HLCM: Action on UNDG Programme of Work on Management Issues: Coordination with HLCM 23.02.2017
HLCM: Action on Management reform 23.02.2017
HLCM: Action on Management reform 23.02.2017
HLCM: Action on UN Change Management 15.06.2016

CEB Mechanisms tagged with Management reform

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HRN: Human Resources Network 18.04.2019

The HR Network brings together Directors of Human Resources departments from over thirty UN and related organizations at its biannual meetings, which are held prior to those of the International Civil Service Commission (ICSC).

HLCM: High-Level Committee on Management (HLCM) 27.03.2019

The High-Level Committee on Management identifies and analyzes administrative management reforms with the aim of improving efficiency and simplifying business practices.

CEB Management Themes