Transparency and making employees part of the change, instead of forcing the change upon them, are key success factors for change management. When employees are part of the journey from the very beginning they will be more likely to also play a proactive and positive role in the adoption.
Have you ever had a workforce-related change initiative go horribly wrong? If you’re guilty of one of these 10 mistakes, you might have found your reason!
As technology has become more advanced, more engaging, more mission critical, the level of change required has also grown. So, instead of less change management, we really need more. The desired results will not be achieved if the transformation is not handled properly.
Today’s post is courtesy of our board member Bob Clements. Bob is President at Axsium Group, a leading workforce management consulting firm. Workforce Management (WFM) implementations are hard. If fact, WFM is harder than almost any other system to successfully implement for two primary reasons. First, rules that govern WFM are surprisingly soft. What makes a … Continue reading The Secret to Easy Workforce Management Implementations
We all know that change can be hard, especially at work. And in the retail environment, where every store manager has his or her own business to run, change mandates cascading down from corporate aren't always welcome. There are leaders out there, however, who are adept at leading change in their organizations and from whom … Continue reading Podcast: Walk a Mile in Their Boots for Change Management Success
Our latest whitepaper, Empowering the Hourly Workforce Through Enterprise Workforce Management, comes to us courtesy of our board member Tim Lett of the Axsium Group. Tim addresses the importance of engaging employees as part of the implementation and ongoing use of workforce management technology. Tim's company helps organizations deploy a wide range of workforce management … Continue reading Put Down the Technology and Step Away from the Keyboard