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Digital Transformation: The Necessary Shift in Organizational Change Management

Traditional OCM becomes agile As enterprises mature on their digital transformation journey, they evolve from structured hierarchies to agile teams. This necessitates a move from traditional OCM to an approach that stands ready to face conflict and failure, which are

Gone in a Flash: Converting Outdated Technology Before 2020 Ends

Once a ubiquitous app for animation and interaction—and now considered a security risk—Adobe Flash will see its last day on December 31, 2020. In fact, many browsers have already disabled it, with HTML5 taking its place. Flash has been a

How Remote Monitoring Provided Easy Access to Data and Notification of Equipment Anomalies During the COVID Disruption

During the COVID-19 pandemic, we’ve been asked the same questions many times – how have our Monitoring & Diagnostics (M&D) staff adapted to a work-at-home environment? How are we able to maintain our workload? What changes have we made? The

Organizational Change Management (OCM): Top 10 Aims for Success

Businesses and workers today are encountering an ever-increasing pace and demand for change. Advances in technology and other market pressures continue to force companies to face the prospect that they must transform or die. Given this environment, it sometimes surprises

Advice for Implementing SuccessFactors Onboarding 2.0 From a Professionally Certified Onboarding Expert

Nearly 3 years have elapsed since I wrote my last article on Onboarding 2.0: SuccessFactors: All aboard with ONB2018 – a simplified HR Onboarding experience! It covers solution capabilities and provides a comparison with the legacy version and the presumptive

The Future of Technical Learning is Changing

The technical learner of the future has a distinct advantage over those of the past: there are many, many more ways in which to absorb technical training. From chatbots to touchscreens to photorealistic and dimensionally immersive virtual reality simulations, the

Q&A Interview: Addressing Personal Microaggressions and Personal Bias

Whether or not we’d like to admit it, we all carry bias. Built initially as a product of our instinctive fight, flight, or freeze responses, our biases evolve over time as we are influenced daily by our experiences, family and

Beginning Your Journey: Migrating From SAP On Premise to Employee Central in the Cloud, Part 2

This is a follow-up to my previous blog post. If you haven’t read it yet, you can do so at gpstrategies.com. Part 2 will address the integration functionality available to migrate your data to Employee Central or transfer your cloud data

Beginning Your Journey: Migrating From SAP On Premise to Employee Central in the Cloud, Part 3

This is a follow up to part 2 of my series. If you haven’t read it yet, you can do so at the following link. Part 3 will address some of the advanced integration tips and tricks to allow you

Become a Strong Driver of Change: Lessons From a Global Pandemic

The word “unprecedented” is thrown around a lot when talking about what we’re living through right now. The last few months have been a time of upheaval for us all. Our personal, work, and social lives have all been turned

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