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As change goes, technology implementation is as big as it gets. Technology is a breathtaking investment. It often takes significant revenue and heck of a lot of work, devouring profitability, time, focus, and energy. Why do we do it? For the huge upsides: competitiveness, survival, domination, success. This book is for anyone whose neck is on the line to deliver.

How do you make sure you deliver? The key is to get people to use technology correctly. Technology is a tool. If you can’t harness the power of the people in your organization to use that tool correctly, you’ve lost. Authors Tricia Emerson and Mary Stewart, lifetime change professionals, posed a question to themselves and their colleagues: What do you wish you had known when you started your toughest technology project? The result is The Technology Change Book.

The tools in this book will help you:

  • Build a case for change.
  • Learn how to build a change team and create a change plan.
  • Communicate effectively.
  • Measure behavior change and react appropriately.
Book Details
ISBN: 9781562868109
Pages: 312
Publication Date:
Formats: Paperback, PDF
Product Code: 111317
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Praise for This Book
Deputy CIO Emory University

The brilliance of the Emerson books is that you can sit shoulder to shoulder with someone and turn to a page that encapsulates a decade of hard-earned wisdom into two minutes of clarity. I’ll never start another major project without ordering a whole box to give away.

co-author of Sacred Cows Make the Best Burgers

Here is the road map for 21st century technological change. It provides powerful tools in an accessible format to help you manage technological change. With clarity and wisdom the authors take the mystery and the confusion out of the change process. An important and highly useful book.

President, La Terra Fina and Entrepreneurship Lecturer University of California, Berkeley

The Technology Change Book is packed with great information. I especially like the ideas about gathering success stories to maintain project momentum. We are now implementing a technology change and the ‘10 signs you selected the right people’ was extremely useful.

Professor, Columbia Business School co-author of Managing Change

It’s refreshing to have an easy read to help understand a complex change challenge. Change agents will be grateful to have this guide by their side!

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