As you evolve any business, finding brilliant new tech solutions to help manage workflow is going to be a big part of how you grow. However, no matter how much you know it is going to revolutionize how your team works, it is absolutely normal that you are going to face resistance when it comes to buy-in from your team. And, if you’re looking to onboard external project stakeholders to that particular tech, you may face further resistance there too. In this blog, I’ll outline ways to smooth the buy-in process in order to help transitions to new solutions, and ensure better outcomes.
Recognize the opposition
There are plenty of reasons why people resist new tech solutions. Not everyone feels that confident with computers, and no doubt there will be some people in the office who are perfectly fine doing things the old way. Often fear of change is based on anxiety about being able to keep up with changes, and it doesn’t take much to reduce that level of fear. A simple acknowledgement that this will require effort in the short term, and that you’re going to ensure that everyone has the support they need to learn it at their own pace, will do the job.
This is a short post to let you know that we will be at the RAIC Festival of Architecture in Saint John. Drop by our booth on Friday at the Trade show to say hello. If you’re an existing user, we would love to answer any questions you might have. If your thinking about using RForm, we would be happy to provide a quick demonstration. If you would just like to pick up one of our pencils and a sticky pad, we would be happy to see you!
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