Do you - or your employees- fear new technologies?


The 5 Secrets to Overcoming Technophobia



Are you frustrated by:

  • Projects that meet technical objectives, but are not fully adopted by end-users
  • Projects with no effective executive sponsor or no business project manager 
  • Business managers that expect IT to "call when they are done"
  • Executives who fail to attend your steering committee meetings and send people with no decision-making authority instead

If you answered "yes", you're in the right place.

  • Wouldn't you like to have executive sponsors for IT projects held accountable for project success or failure?  Held accountable for meeting the business case objectives?
  • I have helped large, multinational company engage their business executives and complete their multimillion dollar IT initiatives on-time and on-budget, and meet business objectives

Talk: The Sponsorship Dilemma


Do your business executives accept responsibility for building commitment to change? Or are they sitting on the sidelines waiting for IT to deliver? 

Learn the five reasons why most technology-driven changes suffer from weak sponsorship.  Hear practical approaches to address these challenges.  And walk away with practical strategies to ensure your current projects succeed.

Assessment: Change Risks


A change risk assessment surfaces project risks in four areas – cultural, organizational, operational, technical – that could upend the project, so that you can take action and mitigate them early on.

Many organizations fail to consider: 

  • Change Implementation History: successes and challenges experienced in recent organizational changes
  • Organizational readiness vs. complexity and scope of current change
  • Sponsor effectiveness

Workshop: Managing Change


A three-day hands-on workshop for employees charged with implementing organizational change. 

Participants learn the principles of organizational change while applying tools and techniques to their current change initiatives. 

During the workshop, each participant will develop a change plan to ensure their project achieves the desired business outcomes.