Today’s evolving technology requires business environments to undergo constant changes. As change can be difficult, successful adaptation to change is crucial to the success of any organization. It’s common practice for organizations to focus their attention on creating strategic and tactical plans, while failing to consider the human side of change management. Not addressing the human side of change can be detrimental.
According to the Technology Association of Georgia, there are five best practices you can implement to create a solid foundation for successful change. A key element included on this list that addresses the human side of change management is training.
Studies show that a lack of proper training can be a key hindrance to organizational change. Here at Worldgate, we believe that training is a vital element to the success of an organization’s project initiatives. We employ a four phase process to effectively train organizational users to ensure successful organizational change. From new business processes to integrating change management to new technology roll-outs, our training consultants are equipped with proven training methodologies to ensure success.
Our four training phases include:
- Analyze: Identify the training audience groups
- Design and Develop: Training curriculum & content
- Implement: Train
- Evaluate and Support: Measure the effectiveness and modify to incorporate lessons learned