November 9, 2023
Up to 70% to 95% of digital transformation solutions fail, often because they are pushed on workers rather than including them in the deployment processes.
“Humans, by default, fear what they don’t understand. The majority of your employees will reject new software, tools, apps, and processes, even if they will improve their lives, unless they are slowly, consistently educated,” says Dr. Corrie Block, an organizational behavior expert, in her Forbes article, 12 Reasons Your Digital Transformation Will Fail.
We agree. As a result, change management must be considered from Day 1 when leaders plan to deploy a new solution that requires sustained behavior change. Workers want to be part of the solution, not a problem to be addressed.
QAD Redzone understands this truth and pairs new customers with coaches for 90 days. Together, coaches and manufacturing teams seek to achieve five standard measurable Lean journey goals during a 90-day sprint. They:
Overcoming Change Resistance with QAD Redzone
This 90-day onboard timeframe is intentional. Supervisors and teams get the time to ask questions, learn new processes, overcome roadblocks, and win the day by delivering outstanding business results. Our coaches know that:
QAD Redzone has a highly structured coaching program where master coaches train new hires and accompany them to early customer deployments. Our team also seeks to continually uplevel our skills so we can bring new capabilities to our customers.