'We got it wrong: don't be us!'

Ian Hawkins

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We all like to lead with our success stories - but in our hearts we know that the best learning happens when you make mistakes. Our anonymous c-level source told us what mistakes were made in implementation of new technology - and how these could've been avoided. 

Ask most CIOs why failure to successfully introduce technology into the workplace sometimes happens and - as survey after survey shows - they will tend to blame a lack of employee buy-in. But the possible hurdles facing organizations are numerous and often hard to discern. This paper gives the low-down on the mis-steps that had a damaging impact. 

If you've got a story you'd like to share - anonymous or not - drop me a line: ian@pexnetwork.com.