As organizations roll out new technologies, processes, culture, and ways of doing business, one key factor for success is preparing their people for change. As a long time change management consultant, I have seen this done really well, sometimes only OK, and at times not very well at all.
Whether you are a long-time SAP user or are planning for a new implementation, Enable Now is the ideal tool for end-user adoption development because it was made by SAP, for SAP.
The teachback method is commonly referred to as the “show me” method because the student confirms that they have understood and retained the information by teaching it back to the instructor.
The result of years of expansions, merging, divesting, consolidation, and evolving hiring policies, today’s multi-generational talent pool has arisen to produce significantly different workforces than we have ever experienced in the past.
Super User. Change Agent. Change Champion. Ambassador. These are the terms used to describe the various roles needed to support organizational change. Change Agents and Change Champions are usually easy to explain, but we often get stuck when trying to describe the role of a Super User and the value they provide during change.
Once your organization decides to go to SAP S / 4HANA and your implementation team has established a plan and schedule, most people wait for the first phase of the implementation plan to launch before doing anything. It sounds logical – wait for the plan to start before you begin work, right? But ask yourself: would you leave on a long road trip without packing the car and mapping a route to your destination first? Of course not. The time between a decision made and Phase 1 plan kickoff – known as Phase Zero – is the time you should spend getting ready. To help you prepare, here are 10 things you should do in SAP S / 4HANA Phase Zero:
As the New Year stretches before us and you review your organizations’ goals and budgets for 2018, you will most likely be evaluating your learning and development (L&D) programs, including training. Training is as critical as ever to the success of an organization—especially to stay competitive in a fierce market. When your employees’ workdays revolve around processes, operational tasks, emails, meetings, and reports—there is little time for more high-value work, strategic planning, and creativity.