Key Considerations for Veeva Vault Implementation

Key Considerations for Veeva Vault Implementation

One of our clients, a major biopharmaceutical company, struggled to distribute content across more than fifty countries and thousands of people around the globe. They were using 18 disparate content management systems – each with its own processes. As they looked to digitize the back office to create efficiency and standardization globally, they selected a new, consolidated platform in Veeva...

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DEEPEN Customer Experience Transformation: Enact, Part 3 of 3

DEEPEN Customer Experience Transformation: Enact, Part 3 of 3

In the third and last installment of our blog series about customer experience (CX) transformation, we discuss the most difficult, costly, and risk-laden phase, Enact. A full-scale, company-wide, CX transformation takes a significant operational and financial investment. Given that most companies will need to transform in phases, CX leaders need to continuously show progressive return on...

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Meet Your New (Digital) Co-Worker

Meet Your New (Digital) Co-Worker

What Evolutionary Psychology Teaches Us About Robotic Process Automation Modern humans have evolved immensely from our ancient ancestral roots, though some primal features still exist. The appendix and our hypothalamus stress responses (think “fight-or-flight”) are two such examples. While the appendix [mostly] doesn’t interfere with our daily lives, how we respond to stress and our tendency...

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Business Relationship Management: BRM as a Discipline

Business Relationship Management: BRM as a Discipline

BRM as a Discipline  This is the second of a three-part blog series explaining how Business Relationship Management (BRM) framework provides value as a discipline. As a discipline, the BRM framework embodies a set of competencies (i.e. knowledge, skills, behaviors) to foster productive, value producing relationships between an IT organization and the Business units they serve.…

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Top 6 Ways to Combat Change Fatigue

Top 6 Ways to Combat Change Fatigue

When I read Bill’s blog “Where’s the Snooze Button on Change?” I was inspired to write my own perspective on managing change. And then I hit my own snooze button a few times in the last few months due to some competing priorities. Change fatigue is real – and something I observe often at clients.…

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Is Your Management Team Equipped to Drive Workforce Improvement?

Is Your Management Team Equipped to Drive Workforce Improvement?

Many companies look to increase the efficiency of their workforce through implementing new work methods, labor standards, and technology. However, a critical piece of the improvement process is often overlooked – performance management. According to Wikipedia, “performance management is the term used to refer to activities, tools, processes, and programs that companies create or apply to...

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Coffee & Change, Episode 3: Making Change in Communities

Coffee & Change, Episode 3: Making Change in Communities

Bill Kirst, our West Coast Organizational Change Management Lead in Seattle shares the third episode of his podcast series on the topic of change management. In this episode, Bill interviews Adam Burtner, a recent graduate and commencement speaker for the Class of 2017 at Wabash College. Bill and Adam talk about the changes that are happening in community engagement and the emerging trend of...

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Blog Series: Managing Grid Modernization Programs (Part 2)

Blog Series: Managing Grid Modernization Programs (Part 2)

The “Iron Triangle”, Redefined In our first post, we introduced the unique challenge utilities face when balancing the need to deliver reliable service while making strategic investments to modernize infrastructure and systems to improve operations — all the while enhancing the overall customer experience. We also introduced the framework that has proven highly effective for...

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Why CX and OCM Make Such Good Partners

Why CX and OCM Make Such Good Partners

Following up on a previous blog where I talked about customers not wanting us to hide the word “change,” I jumped at the chance to co-author this blog with a colleague in our Customer Experience (CX) Practice. Having worked side by side on projects together we have seen firsthand that CX and OCM make a great pair in not only delivering on our customer’s expectations, but...

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