Effectively Adding Motivation to Your Change Management Strategy

Effectively Adding Motivation to Your Change Management Strategy

In Daniel Pink’s Drive, he notes how money or similar rewards are only successful at motivating us to do the most basic of tasks (think stacking boxes). To motivate individuals around activities that require more cognition, he suggests, supported by scientific research, that we are primarily driven by three factors: autonomy,  mastery, and purpose. In this blog, We’ll review how Gravity Union applies the ideas of autonomy, mastery, and purpose to our engagements to effectively animate end users in the adoption of the new solutions.

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In-Place Records Management vs Record Centers. Why leveraging both is critical to the long-term success of your SharePoint ECM solution

In-Place Records Management vs Record Centers. Why leveraging both is critical to the long-term success of your SharePoint ECM solution

One of the most common questions that have come up over the past five years as I’ve been focussing on SharePoint Records Management is whether or not to leverage in place records management or use record centers for records management in SharePoint. This blog outlines the benefits of adopting a hybrid approach that leverages both.

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Leveraging content types in SharePoint ECM projects

Content types and their associated metadata add tremendous value to large scale SharePoint ECM projects. They can improve search and findability, enable workflows and even automate compliance. While there isn’t a one-size-fits-all design pattern that suits all organizations, I hope this blog help shed some light on how to approach this fundamental SharePoint ECM topic that is just as much an art as it is a science.

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