Understanding the change curve to foster technology adoption
To optimize workforce performance, a growing number of carriers are turning to technological tools such as telematics. However, the implementation of such solutions doesn’t always go over well with drivers.
Based on the most recent data, it is estimated that employers will have to recruit 48,000 drivers to meet their needs by 2024. Despite the worrying situation, you should not fear the implementation of a new solution for fear of driving away potential talent, quite the contrary.
With effective change curve management, you can easily implement a telematics solution or change your current solution. You can benefit from many advantages to attract and retain your drivers.
If you are considering implementing a fleet management solution, or if you want to change your current solution, effective organizational change management can help make it easier.
Discover in this white paper:
The 4 phases of the change curve
Practical tips to facilitate and accelerate the acceptance of change
The importance of communication in your organization
Recommendations to encourage discussion
Best practices to foster driver engagement
Unusual benefits of technology to attract and retain your staff
The key role of personalized support service