Technological change has become a defining feature of our time and a key success factor for modern organisations. However, progress is never simply the result of implementing the latest technologies: it always needs to be driven by the managers and employees who understand the value of the innovation and make it their tool.
We are aware of the significance of organisations and cultures and can advise you on the people side of your IT-related projects and transformation programmes. In doing so, we can make a vital contribution to your long-term success.
Crucial factors that our methodology focuses on are:
Clear, compelling arguments in favour of the new technology that will make a lasting difference to your corporate strategy and goals
An architecture comprising communication and empowerment measures, including implementation responsibilities, tailored to your stakeholders
Your managers’ commitment to the project’s success
Your users’ willingness and ability to use the new technology before it goes live
User satisfaction after the implementation as the basis for anchoring the innovation in your organisation for the long term
Our change managers and coaches have a background in technology, are familiar with the leading IT trends and products and specialise in digital transformation projects.
Advanced subject area and methodological expertise combined with many years’ experience make us the ideal partner to help you navigate your way through technological change to consistent success in the future.
Be it ERP, CRM, digital workplace solutions and collaboration platforms, AI or IoT – your project portfolio is vast and so are the ongoing adaptation requirements for your organisation. The technology-driven development of an organisation will succeed in the long term if the business and IT managers and employees concerned as well as external stakeholders are identified, informed, involved and...
A large proportion of all IT-related projects experience significant delays and budget overruns before achieving their goal. The causes are often found not so much in the new advanced technology itself, but in an organisation that was not prepared sufficiently early for the change and therefore responded to it with reticence or opposition.
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