Do you - or your employees- fear new technologies?

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The 5 Secrets to Overcoming Technophobia

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Welcome

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

Workshop: Managing Digital Change

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Ensure that employees adopt and embrace new business processes.


Learn the principles of digital change while applying tools and techniques to your current change initiatives. 


Develop a digital change plan to ensure your project achieves the desired business outcomes.

Assessment: Human Risks of Change

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Identify critical risks that could upend your project. Take action and mitigate them early on.


Many organizations fail to consider: 

  • Past successes and failures in implementing change
  • Organizational readiness vs. complexity/scope of current change
  • Sponsor effectiveness

Talk: The Sponsorship Dilemma

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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.