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Yammer: How It Will Change Your Organization

Yammer is a powerful social networking tool designed to streamline communication and collaboration in your organization. But how can you use it to its fullest? And where do you start? Easy, start with this whitepaper.

Change Management with BrainStorm and ADKAR

At BrainStorm, we fully understand how much of a nuisance change can really be. It's annoying and often brings unwanted headaches. But at the end of the day, the rewards of software changes far outweigh the risks. Our user-friendly technology and commitment to customer service reinforces and strengthens the ADKAR model.

Debunking the Common Objections to Enterprise Training, Part 1

IT managers know very well that when companies introduce new technology into the workplace, the enterprise training process is not easy. No matter the size of the business, taking precious time out of the day to teach users about new software can be detrimental to productivity. However, many companies can benefit from reinforcing their own training strategies with more customized resources and solutions.

Debunking the Common Objections to Enterprise Training, Part 2

Part l of this whitepaper series examined the pitfalls of taking an exclusively internal approach to software adoption. In Part ll, we delve into three more common myths used to argue against the need for an integrated approach to user training--specifically that the training process is overly cumbersome, redundant, and unnecessary.

Maximizing the ROI of Enterprise Training

Today's firms simply cannot afford to take shortcuts in end-user software training. Whether it's a call to the internal IT help desk or an excessive amount of time spent browsing the Internet for amateur training videos, avoiding a more structured end-user adoption process imposes both hard and soft costs on daily operations.

Overcoming Roadblocks to Software Training and Migration

The state of the American worker can be summarized in one word: disengaged. In fact, 70 percent of U.S. employees reported in a Gallup poll they are not completely invested in their work. Why is this becoming the new normal? More importantly, what can be done to turn the tide? The answer is that too many businesses are not fully invested in training.