To achieve your corporate objectives, it’s important to pay attention to both the big picture and the fine details.The four major steps outlined in this article will help make sure your upcoming event is a success.A good practice is to send out a short evaluation or survey to the core business leaders of your organization to gauge the effect to their teams or systems post-project.
If not, perhaps working with an outside vendor or outsourcing partner for part of your project delivery is needed.
Consider outsourcing a training or meeting delivery partner who can assist with logistical details such as: selecting training venues; required technology, including hardware or software; sourcing instructors; training materials; managing digital content; travel logistics, including lodging, transportation and travel.
But beware of bringing too many cooks into the kitchen.
According to research by Brian Westfall, senior content analyst at Software Advice, you should start small with your implementation team.
Westfall’s 7 Best Practices: Avoid Flunking Your LMS Implementation report recommends starting with a team of two: Depending on the size of your business, this might be the extent of your implementation team.
Smaller organizations might even have an implementation team of one.
There is a reason why Benjamin Franklin once said, Do you have the resources needed to deliver against the project goals?
Can your existing team manage the process without additional help?
The next critical step in your implementation journey is assembling the team(s) necessary for success.
The makeup of an implementation team will vary for every business, depending on the unique needs of your business and the scale of implementation.