5 Steps to a Successful Technology-Enabled Transition

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In Conclusion After you have signed on the dotted line and are about to enter into a new system, driving change management, make sure you have a plan in place. Work on the plan with your new vendor and internal teams that will be impacted and always ask yourself: ▪ Are we on-schedule with our project milestones and is it being received well by employees? › If you answer yes, you are well on your way to success! › If you answer no, you may be headed to, or stuck in the valley of despair. If you answer no you need to quickly understand why. Is it from: ▪ Inefficient implementation process ▪ Lack of training ▪ Lack of executive buy-in ▪ Lack of a change management plan Change management requires an organized approach for success. Map the change and answer the all-important questions for your teams: "What's in it for me?" Identify your champions and ingrain them in your plans. Listen. By listening, you will shorten the time you will be in the valley of despair and how deep you will go. And lastly, never stop training. By breaking the overall project down and tackling one first, the PADGS team was able to demonstrate capabilities and assess processes that might need more adjustment moving forward. ©2019 e-Builder Inc, All rights reserved. 800.580.9322 (U.S. & Canada) e-builder.net info@e-builder.net

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