Fran Hemmings from SAP will present Defining a Day-One Approach to Change.
Learn how you can take a “day-one” approach to change management – and follow the right steps to a productive workforce. Hear from our change management expert on how the 3 key elements – Communication, Automation and Assessment play a vital role for project success.
Employees are more willing to accept change when they:
- Understand what is changing and how they are impacted
- Understand the context and necessity for change
- Are provided the necessary information, tools, and/or skills
- Receive clear and consistent communications
Because of this we have to let the customer organisation know about the project and it’s status, to make them WANT and support the change, to ALLOW them to participate and to ENABLE them for future tasks. Learn more from this session.
Dean Robertson from Worksoft will present Automating Business Process Discovery, Validation and Documentation.
Learn how leading SAP users are using Worksoft’s Analyze and Certify technologies to automatically discover, validate and document their business processes.
During this presentation and demonstration session you will learn how several large scale SAP users are making use of Worksoft’s ground breaking business process discovery and validation technologies to take back control of the technology change that often hampers an organisations ability to be agile and responsive.
The day will include a Communications Discussion and Change Assessment Discussion both led by our SIG chair Derek Maynard.
Keeping up regular communication to your key stakeholders is criticial in maintaining momentum during change. This applies to end users, sponsors, and the people within the project team in equal measure. In this session, Derek will kickstart some discussion around different topics including communication methods, events, timings, tracking, and a few other things.
Analysing the status quo, clearly defining your vision for the future and mapping the path to get everyone there are key activities in any change. In this session we'll look at a tiered approach to assessing change, then discuss some other approaches and ideas.
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