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CRM ADOPTION: An Organizational Change Management Framework

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TopLine Strategies has published a white paper titled, “CRM ADOPTION: An Organizational Change Management Framework.” The publication is intended to help companies implementing CRM to design and execute an effective CRM user adoption plan. 

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New White Paper Delivers Critical Insight into CRM Adoption

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TopLine Strategies outlines how your company can gain 100 percent CRM user community adoption, and accelerate access to measureable returns on your CRM investment 

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SCOTTSDALE, AZ (April 23, 2015) – TopLine Strategies has published a white paper titled, “CRM ADOPTION: An Organizational Change Management Framework.” The publication is intended to help companies implementing CRM to design and execute an effective CRM user adoption plan. 

The New IT Employee

The New IT Employee

Today’s IT department must not only be skilled in their craft, but also work regularly with both internal and external customers. Is your IT team prepared for this new trend? 

A Referral Culture

A Referral Culture

At any company, your next top employee can be one degree of separation away. These top prospects could be introduced to your company in the form of a referral. Referrals often introduce strong, quality talent to your job pool, in addition to reducing time to hire and make recruiters’ job simpler. Referrals, if hired, often cost less, perform better and stay with the company longer. A recruiting survey for 2014 determined that referrals were the top source for hiring, filling 20 percent of job openings by those surveyed. 

Has the CIO Job Description Become Outdated?

Cloud computing was named one of the 12 most disruptive technologies to change the relationship between the CIO and the boardroom. Other disruptive technologies included: mobile internet, automation of knowledge, advanced robotics, energy storage and 3D printing. Disruptive technologies aren’t necessarily negative, but instead a threat to available options. Cloud computing is a game changer, steadily replacing traditional software and services licensing models due to greater technological capabilities and changes in the demands in the market.

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