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Here are 5 People-Related Lessons Leaders Need to Consider

OCM

One of the key value propositions of moving applications and workloads to Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solutions is that it is quicker and more straightforward to implement when compared to on-premise implementations.

SaaS is a valuable and disruptive technology that often results in re-designing business processes, revisiting organizational policies, and re-imagining employee’s work and roles. All things that require people to “do something differently” than they do it today.

Organizational Change Management (OCM) is a framework to manage the people side of change and to increase your likelihood of project success. OCM is the twin process to Project Management.

Read on to learn how organizations are improving their project success rates with OCM.

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Here are 5 People-Related Lessons Leaders Need to Consider

OCM

One of the key value propositions of moving applications and workloads to Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solutions is that it is quicker and more straightforward to implement when compared to on-premise implementations.

SaaS is a valuable and disruptive technology that often results in re-designing business processes, revisiting organizational policies, and re-imagining employee’s work and roles. All things that require people to “do something differently” than they do it today.

Organizational Change Management (OCM) is a framework to manage the people side of change and to increase your likelihood of project success. OCM is the twin process to Project Management.

Read on to learn how organizations are improving their project success rates with OCM.