Successful HR Tech Implementation: 5 Key Change Management Tips

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30th November 2023


15:00 GMT


Andy Andrews

Donald H Taylor

Leah Prevost

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Ever wondered why some projects thrive while others falter? According to research carried out by Prosci, a staggering 88% of projects with excellent change management programs meet or exceed their objectives, while only 13% of those with poor change management practices achieve the same. It’s clear that effective change management is the secret sauce for HR tech project success.

Join us in this insightful webinar as we delve into the essentials of change management and how they can transform your HR tech initiatives. Discover how these strategies can ensure you not only meet your project goals but also demonstrate the value of a skills-based approach within your organization.

Through an interview with Leah Prevost, a Prosci-certified senior consultant at Lexonis, we will share her success story of helping a client implement a skills-based project using the ADKAR model. Learn how you can apply these principles to your own projects.

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to tap into over 25 years of experience! Join Donald H Taylor and Andy Andrews as they reveal the critical success factors for your HR Tech project in this free Lexonis webinar.

Webinar Highlights:
  1. Engaging Key Sponsors and Winning Executive Support
  2. Selling Skills to a Sceptical Workforce: What’s in It for Them?
  3. The Blueprint for Effective Change Management in Skills-Based Projects
  4. Sustaining Momentum Post-Implementation

The Presenters

Andy Andrews

Andy Andrews is a Director and Principal Consultant at Lexonis and has gained a wealth of experience by helping many notable public and private sector organisations to successfully implement skill and competency management programs.

Donald H Taylor

Donald H Taylor is a 30-year veteran of the learning, skills and human capital industries, with experience at every level from design and delivery to chairman of the board. He has chaired the Learning Technologies Conference in London since 2000.

Leah Prevost