Adoption and Change Management (ACM) has recently been getting more and more attention. We believe this is because modern technology implementations require it.
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In our commitment to be all things Teams, we have built a practice dedicated entirely to Adoption & Change Management. In our methodology we subscribe to a process that takes our clients through three phases:
There’s a lot of hype nowadays around initiatives to apply digital capabilities to improve efficiencies, increase customer value, and create new monetisation opportunities.
It’s big business actually. About a 1.3 Trillion USD book of business.
It’s called ‘Digital Transformation’.
Sadly, a lot of it is proving to be useless and ineffective - with one McKinsey Research Report indicating that 70% of these ‘digital transformation’ initiatives fail to achieve their stated goals.