Want Your Staff to Use That New Tech? Here’s how.
How do you get your staff to start using the new tech you are adding to your business? Check out this article to learn more.
It may seem strange that people who are more than happy to buy the latest smartphone or use the latest new messaging service are still so skeptical about adopting new technological systems introduced in the workplace. Robert Gregory and Evgeny Kaganer
Gregory and Kaganer bring up a good point. One I am sure you have considered if you’ve ever added new tech to your business. Why do we love new shiny things so much, until they disrupt our work? It could be because employees are afraid of change unless it’s a change they choose. Or it could be because they don’t know how to use it and are afraid to ask.
So how do you get your staff to start using the new tech you are adding to your business? If you want to know keep reading. Gregory and Kaganer discuss this further in her blog post on Forbes.
Who Should Read This Article
If you are considering adding new tech to your business, but are worried your staff won't use it, then check out this article.
What You Will Learn
Robert Gregory and Evgeny Kaganer share 5 ways you can help minimize their resistance to your new software or technology. They share information on:
- Finding ways to minimizing design problems.
- Not automating before you understand the workflow.
- Involving your staff before implementation.
- Getting creative with training.
- Keeping staff in constant communication about changes.
If we want to get your employees on board with new tech you need to understand how to minimize their resistance. The best way is to communicate and get them involved. This will show them you care about their concerns, making them more interested in making the change.