The combination of these three factors — having visible top-down executive leadership support, the right business stakeholders for your implementation team, and a good change management strategy and plan — gives you powerful leverage in changing your organization’s behavior. Ongoing communications from the start of the project to after the launch are critical to success, too.
Another angle to consider is identifying and engaging the leaders among individual contributors in two-way conversations about what’s in it for them — personal productivity, more ways to collaborate, and better business outcomes. This way, when launch time approaches, they’ll be ready to participate in user acceptance testing, jump into training, and support iManage adoption and utilization during launch and thereafter.
Engaging stakeholders from across your organization can smooth your path to a successful iManage rollout. Ultimately, making knowledge work with our platform is not just about our technology; it’s also about your people’s adoption and utilization of it in the work they do.