In order to align the institutional capacity and performance towards its strategic direction and to render focused attention towards the identified programme activities, the organization structure of RIM is formulated as below:
DMD – Department of Management Development shall have two centres namely, Legal Studies and Management Development
DICT – Department of Information & Communications Technology
DFB – Department of Finance and Business shall have a Centre for Private Sector Development
DRC – Department of Research & Consultancy
Policy / Management
The Board of Directors headed by a Chairman appointed by the Royal Government provides leadership and strategic directions including policy guidance. The Board is supported by the Secretariat headed by the Director of the Institute appointed by the Royal Government. The Director is responsible for the day-to-day management and administration of the Institute and formulation of strategic policy proposals for consideration by the Board. A Policy & Planning/Communication Unit supports the Director. The Unit is headed by the Chief Planning Officer.
Besides the PPU and Academic Advisory Committee, the structure is broadly divided into two functional areas viz. Programme and the Support Services. The programme service is responsible for the discharge of academic services. The Support Services supports the programme and is responsible for the general management, administration and provision of learning resource facilities.
The academic services of the Institute is developed and delivered through its three departments namely:
- Department of Management Development
- Department of Finance and Business
- Department of Information and Communications Technology
While the earlier programme units were labeled as Centers, in the new structure, the centers has been merged within the three departments. This is to provide focus of the programmes based on their broad grouping and specialization. A Department may however have the option of reviving some of the centers under its administrative jurisdiction to meet certain specialized programme needs.