Technology is driving many changes in the workplace, including what leaders have to do and say in order to continue to be effective – knowing how to lead in a technology focused organization is becoming a requirement. Now, leaders need to know how to – get the most from the new technology, motivate people to
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A first thing first; is collaboration the best way of achieving the desired outcome for this initiative? Remember that it comes at a cost – more meetings, even more, email, it’s time-consuming, and the opportunity cost is usually high. Maybe one person could work on the problem and produce a first-draft solution that others could
Here is a useful article from the HBR – Convincing Skeptical Employees to Adopt a New Technology, by Rebecca Knight. It describes some proven user adoption strategies and two interesting case studies. Luckily it confirms that everything we have been doing with our clients works! Take a look.
This is a useful academic research paper called – Design and Implementation of a Cloud Computing Adoption Decision Tool: Generating a Cloud Road Abstract Migrating to cloud computing is one of the current enterprise challenges. This technology provides a new paradigm based on “on-demand payment” for information and communication technologies. In this sense, the small
The successful introduction of a SaaS product such as Office 365 or CRM is dependent upon leaders taking the right action to encourage people to use the new technology fully. Below, are four user adoption strategies that leaders can use to drive the use of new IT – the LEAD™ method; if you do these,
The successful introduction of a SaaS product such as Office 365 or CRM is dependent upon leaders taking the right action to encourage people to use the new technology fully. attached, are four things that leaders can do to drive user adoption of new information technology; if you do these, you will be providing the
Make the business case for IT System Implementation by using the SPIN communication tool (see the ‘Why’ blog) and the ‘What’s In It For Me’ leadership technique (see the ‘What’ blog) so that everyone can see that, despite the short-term disruption to work routine, having the ERP system makes sense and will be advantageous to
This quick questionnaire will help you assess how frequently you use four leadership approaches that have proven to be very effective at getting people to use a new IT system (ERP, CRM, SharePoint etc.) willingly and capably. This survey will enable you to identify some of your leadership strengths and which L.E.A.D. approaches to focus
Before any IT Systems Implementation can be widely adopted by its users, they need their “What” questions answered by their leaders. If you would like to download the ‘Top 10 WIIFM’s for CRM’ click here Top 10 WIIFM.