Kahootz is a cloud based project collaboration platform, which looks pretty good – and their blog is full of useful stuff.
Recently their CEO John Glover posted about “Creating a ‘Digital First’ culture in your public sector organisation“. In it he mentions four main points, which are well worth reflecting on.
1. Involve staff at the outset
While there are organisational purposes for going digital first, it’s staff who will make the change happen, so you need them to be onside.
2. Don’t assume management understand digital
Having management buy in is vital – but you need to make sure that it is at a deep level that demonstrates true understanding of the full potential of technology to transform working culture.
3. Start small – and give staff freedom to innovate
Taking an agile approach to implement a digital first strategy is most likely to succeed. Let staff try stuff out and see what works for them, rather than procuring a gigantic platform that you’ve no real idea will take off or not.
4. Be clear about what you want to achieve
You need to know why your doing what you’re doing. Unless you have specific objectives, how will you know if you are succeeding? Everyone needs to be pulling in the same direction, and to make that happen you need a shared vision across the organisation.
Some great advice there – would you add anything?