Change in any department needs to be effected with utmost care and diligence. Failure to do that, the IT teams and business users will have a pretty rough time. Elizabeth Harrim keenly analyzes five steps to managing project change requests, seamlessly.
CIOs and CMOs need to change their tact or else risk losing relevance in a fast evolving world. Christine Comaford compares the Darwinian theory of evolution to some changes that are taking place today. She suggests some tips for CIOs and CMOs who want to survive and remain relevant.
Everybody is talking about change. But what is change and how does it affect different departments? John Ryan Shaw talks about this.
Although change is good for any company that wishes to keep evolving with time, if not done the right way it can badly interfere with the flow of work at the workplace. Jason Little narrates to us how one such change caught him by surprise. He recommends various strategies on how to go about effecting change (successfully) without causing panic/confusion/shock.
Check out this great video I found- it explains change management in 1 minute.
WalkMe spearheaded the Digital Adoption Platform (DAP) for associations to use the maximum capacity of their advanced resources. Utilizing man-made consciousness, AI, and context-oriented direction, WalkMe adds a powerful UI layer to raise the computerized proficiency, everything being equal.