Technology has the potential to create a positive culture and objective. It will, without doubt, further enhance organizational capability. But technology, culture, and purpose will require to become reasonably integrated if we want to establish sustainable organizations and communities of the future.
We are pleased to announce, Frank-Jürgen Richter has co-authored with the chairman of OpenGrowth, Gunjan Sinha, an article on the topic "Why do The Employers Resist New Tech", which has been published in Harvard Business Review.
Why Do Your Employees Resist New Tech?
The article revolves around the five key levers to help business leaders build a culture that will help drive reasonable, more effective tech adoption according to the basis of the author’s experience.
Here are the 5 key levers:
Costs, complexity, and skills are all reasonable barriers, of course, but without the good organizational culture supporting technology, especially in the age of a pandemic, investments inactivity or particular tools could wither on the vine. That’s why we must see organizational culture as an area of the specific core for companies looking to adapt to new technologies.
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