A new training programme was launched Sunday for the Digital Lab team, which was established as an initiative supervised by the General Information Authority, with technical support from the E-NABLE project funded by the European Union and implemented by Expertise France for economic recovery in Libya.
Expertise France says this initiative aims to keep pace with digital transformation and work together with all state institutions and those in charge of technology to employ modern technologies and information systems to support digital transformation and innovation in the country’s various sectors.
This training will last two days in Tunis, during which the team will follow the latest work developments in mapping the existing innovations and technical solutions on the ground.
The presentations will present the lessons learned, working methods, and resources available to the French Digital Lab, the Geneva Lab, and the digital transformation centre of Benin.
On the second day, the attendees will discuss the agile project management methodology to work as a harmonious team to achieve all the goals and responsibilities entrusted to them in the specified time frame.
“Digital Lab” training to support Libya’s digital transformation and innovation launched (libyaherald.com)