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Featured in CMSWire: Stop Focusing on Digital Workplace Adoption

Posted by Jill Hannemann on December 11, 2017

Arguably the digital workplace isn’t new, per se. We've been digital for quite some time. Over the years, the adoption curve has remained the same every time we roll out a new technology: a large spike in usage up front, followed by a plummet and then a gradual decline. Focusing on adoption isn’t how you get people to use new technology. If you think adoption is the answer, you’re asking yourself the wrong question.

In this CMSWire article by Withum's Jill Hannemann, learn how to get an investment in the digital workplace to stick.

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Creating Adoptable Business Solutions

Posted by Adam Krueger on June 28, 2017

User adoption is more than a buzzword - it’s what drives many of our decisions along the road from solution conception to implementation.

Before tackling the challenge of user adoption, one must answer the question: “what if we are successful?” If the user successfully adopts a given solution, what are the intended outcomes? We call these business objectives.

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Best Practices for Communicating Your Move to the Cloud to Employees

Posted by Jill Hannemann on July 20, 2016

Failing to communicate effectively with your employees won't necessarily make your move to the cloud fail, but you could run into some serious trust issues. I would strongly suggest that you take the time to learn about and use some communication best practices when considering a move to the cloud.

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6 Habits of Organizations with Strong SharePoint Governance

Posted by Jill Hannemann on April 13, 2016

Yes, I know. SharePoint governance is by no means a new topic on this blog. But I’m talking about it again today because it's incredibly important.

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Best Practices for Promoting User Adoption with Your Governance Strategy

Posted by Chris Poteet on April 6, 2016

The classic struggle between your IT department and your end users has always originated in governance. Because, let's face it: Someone has to set limits on what can and can't be done through a company app, as well as who has and doesn't have access to different sets of data.

As the IT professional, you know apps have limits, but you also recognize that no amount of governance – large or small – matters if the apps aren't used as the tools they ultimately are.

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