Success through strategic communication

Make your IT project a success by using communication strategically

New customer requirements, increasing competition, changing legislation... Your organisation needs to innovate again and again. Computerisation offers opportunities, but the business lives with today's requirements; not waiting for change. More efficiency over time has its price. You probably know the stories about time-consuming decision-making, IT projects that drag on and implementations that take up scarce human resources. Change does not come naturally. You often see complex programmes with innovative IT projects emerge, separate from the standing organisation. The latter watches over continuity. Before you know it, this leads to 'us' and 'them'.

Ed van Doorn
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People must ultimately realize the intended change

According to Highberg, a strategic use of communication serves the success of your IT project. After all, in our view, it is the people who must realise the intended change. This means that within the change programme, we enjoy working with them. The success of many a programme or project is therefore determined by enticing, connecting, telling. By patiently explaining and giving voice to the human side of change. Our approach to strategic use of communication is closely aligned with modern project management methods. 

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