Are you looking for relatively
minor changes that will massively increase the chances of a software deployment
succeeding? HP’s software education team is hosting a one-hour webinar with Cushing
Anderson, one of IDC’s lead experts in software implementation success, to discuss
these training related changes and other killer facts to help you put them into
practice. We’ll talk you through the latest thinking in training strategies,
methods and processes. The insight will help you cost-efficiently keep your
team’s skill levels high so that once you’ve gone live, your software will deliver
throughout its lifecycle.
The business case
leaders and managers to release budget – and their people – for training can be
a challenge. With this in mind we will:
training and project success: With reference to research
among 512 IT managers, Cushing will underline why IT leaders believe that
training has the greatest influence over project success.
the link between budget and outcomes:
With reference to additional in-depth research from IDC a clear link is made
between comparatively minor adjustments to budget and project success.
capability and outcomes: We refer to discussions
with project managers to reveal that minor improvements in users’ skills deliver
remarkable benefits when it comes to project success.
The analysis will help
you provide colleagues with compelling evidence about the need for training.
With budgets remaining tight we’ll also explain how many HP customers are using
new tools – such as HP ART – to cost efficiently prepare, share, and easily
update documentation and engaging online training content.
Helping you deliver
We know that once
you’ve deployed software and trained your teams, it can be a challenge to
maintain performance excellence. Indeed, as people leave the business and the
software evolves, the capability of the team can degrade. In fact, by year six,
a company can retain only 24% of the capability it had at the launch of new
software. Also, with new deployments we’re seeing ‘the business’ demand that to
value is achieved faster. With these pressures in mind we discuss tactics,
strategies and technical solutions to help you keep teams up to speed on
existing systems and prepare them more quickly to use new software.
Our advice will cover
the latest research into the most effective learning content to help you drive utmost
value from your training budget, and, your software.
An experienced team
Cushing will be
- Susan Merriman,
Worldwide Lead of Emerging Technologies at HP Software Education
- Malcolm Poulin,
Director of Product Strategy at ANCILE Solutions
presenting team has each worked in corporate education for their whole careers.
With an open Q&A please bring your issues and experiences to the table –
we’re expecting a lively discussion and there’s no doubt our presenters will be
able to help you.
Wednesday, September 25, 2013
8:00 - 9:00 AM PDT (Los Angeles) ,11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (New York), 17:00 - 18:00 CEST (Frankfurt)
Who should attend?
Directors, Project Managers, Project Stakeholders, Training Directors,
Documentation Authors, End Users
Register for webinar.