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Without Change, There Would Be No Butterflies: 4 Steps to Transform Your Business with Change Management

Without Change, There Would Be No Butterflies: 4 Steps to Transform Your Business with Change Management

Over the last month, we’ve been on a journey together. From finding an executive sponsor and crafting a killer awareness plan to aligning the right training and support to drive adoptionyou’ve laid the foundation to change the way your business works.  

We all know that this is vital work – in an age where consumers can swipe or tap to consume services and buy products, you need to update your IT systems to allow your workers to access information quickly, collaborate rapidly, and forge a new relationship with customers.   

We’ve called this change management, but you can also refer to it as business transformation. Business transformation is at the heart of every company – especially inside everyday processes and driving innovation with purchased productivity tools.

11 Steps to SharePoint User Adoption Bliss

11 Steps to SharePoint User Adoption Bliss

There are several reasons the majority of companies that purchase Microsoft SharePoint aren’t successful, but at the crux of all of those reasons is that most of the work must be done before a single person uses SharePoint. It’s not just a communication exercise. It’s not simply a training issue. It certainly isn’t a one-person show, either.  

Successfully deploying SharePoint – and getting people to actually use it – requires 11 steps to do it right the first time.  

Clear Eyes, Full Bamboo, Can’t Lose: Defining the SharePoint Vision

Clear Eyes, Full Bamboo, Can’t Lose: Defining the SharePoint Vision

This blog is the second installment in Content Panda’s new series describing a company’s journey to adopt Microsoft SharePoint. Catch up by reading last week’s post.

The past few days since John, CIEWG’s Senior IT Manager, and Christine, the company’s Legal Analyst, decided to build a vision and plan for adopting Microsoft SharePoint have been the brightest for John since he can remember.