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Boosting Chrome OS adoption with effective change management

Can you remember the last time you asked a child to do something how did you convince them to do what you wanted? How many times did they ask you why probably more than once, right? So we know change is hard when we ask someone to make a change we’re asking a lot from them. Very often with IT projects we expect people to change, we don’t really think through the implications of this.

The purpose of this video is to guide you to migrate to Chromebooks and help you understand the reason why. When putting together your change management plan there’s a much larger chance of your project being able to deliver on its business objectives.

Introducing new technology into your organization is an exciting step. However, change management and workforce adoption of the new technology can be challenging. Get insights from Google’s Chrome Enterprise expert on change management strategies and best practices for increasing Chromebook adoption in your organization.

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