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When you implement new talent management software, it’s an exciting time. Whether it’s for performance management, onboarding, or another area, you probably have a long list of new programs and ideas triggered by all that the new software can do. As we spend time with clients helping them plan how to optimize their solution, we recommend asking three key planning questions.
- First, what is essential? You have some basics that need to be accomplished and it’s a good starting place.
- Second, what best supports the company’s business goals and links to the business case used to justify the software? Delivering on what the business needs most and what was promised by the business case is critical.
- Third, what have you always wanted to do beyond the basics? Yes,it’s time to dream and plan to make those dreams a reality.
Using these three questions helps you identify priorities, which can turn into a smart and focused plan for getting the most out of your HR software.
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