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For many, digital is new and uncharted territory. New generations of technology are changing many aspects of daily life, including the kinds of jobs we have and how, when, and where we work.
One of my favorite movies of 2016 was Hidden Figures. The main character, Katherine Johnson, and her team of colleagues had an interesting job title: Computer. Here’s what Katherine said about her job: “On any given day, I analyze the binomial levels of air displacement, friction, and velocity. And compute over 10 thousand calculations by cosine, square root, and lately analytic geometry. By hand.”
That was the 1960s. It was amazing work, but work that took hours to complete – and something an in-memory computer could do in a fraction of a second today.
Just as in-memory computing transformed calculating by hand (and made jobs like Katherine’s much easier), digital technologies are transforming the way we work today – and making our day-to-day activities more efficient.
The question is: How does user adoption change, given the rise in technology with machine learning, AI, robotics, and the like, while keeping the human factor in mind?
Consider the areas to focus on: digital leadership, digital fluency, digital mindset, digital skills…if you remove the word “digital,” it’s not like these are new things for us to ponder. The shift is the pace and agility to transform into a real-time digital workplace and manage through new business models while we navigate the “messy human stuff.” Employees need to get accustomed to digital tools as early as possible so realistic expectations can contribute to building trust and reducing fears and resistance.
Imagine if employees were engaged to work the way consumers are engaged to buy. Just as digital technology is changing how we interact with brands as consumers, it’s transforming how we expect to be engaged as employees.
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Review step 4 - It’s important to monitor user progress once your new platform is deployed. Collect and analyze real-time software interaction data from users’ desktops and mobile devices ‒ to measure adoption rates, spotlight problems, determine root causes, and guide content authors in creating focused remedial training.
Review step 3 - Equip end users with the knowledge and skills to succeed with the new platform. Create a learning plan for each area of expertise, specifying essential courses, training methods to be employed, customized content and tutorials to be produced, and completion timelines for the various phases.
Review step 2 - Most people need preparation, communication, and orientation in order to feel comfortable with major change. Educate all levels of users about why the new platform is needed, the adjustments it will require, the implications for their roles, the advantages for the business as a whole, and the benefits for them personally.
Review step 1 - At the earliest stage of the project, it’s essential to provide training to the teams who will set up, manage, and support the new platform and help others learn it.