Technology transformations, at their core, are people transformations. Many investments in new technologies never achieve their ROI simply because the people who use the technology aren’t invested enough to change their ways of working. “Change” is then tagged onto the end when it really needs to lead the way. While an implementation partner will do everything to make sure the technology turns on when it’s time to go live (configuring systems, training users, etc), Kotter’s role is to get employees clamoring for the new technology before it even rolls out – ready to use it to enable better business results.
Ready to ensure your digital transformation success? Whether you’re implementing this change on your own or with an implantation partner, Kotter is here to help.
Leveraging New Technology Adoption as a Competitive Advantage
If you are convinced that now is the time to rethink your business's digital offerings and tools, you are not alone. Here are three pitfalls to avoid as you embark on your transformation effort to integrate new technology into your business.Read More
How Do CIOs Lead a Successful Tech Implementation?
The CIO’s role is less about the software, the servers, the networking tools and the IT infrastructure than it is about business strategy execution and leadership skills, Kathy Gersch says in a guest column for CIO Journal.Read More
2 Things That Need to Happen for Driverless Cars to Go Mainstream
With the adoption of any new technology, establishing trust with end-users is table stakes. Eric Ellis speaks to complex organizational transformations and what must happen to create the behavioral change that makes the adoption of new technologies successful.Read More
Energy & utility leaders: How to transform with little to no room for error
A large multi-national utility provider discovered significant implementation challenges, due to the level of risk, first-hand when they attempted a technology transformation a few years ago.Read More
Embracing Technology: Higher Education of the Future
Higher education is much the same today as it has been for generations. Just as technology is shifting the status quo across industries, digital advancements are calling for greater transformation in the field of higher education.Read More