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8 key steps in moving to a new information system
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When organizations decide to implement a new information system, they can face pushback from those using the system being replaced. Resistance to change and confusion on why the new system is needed are common reactions; in short, there is a culture shock, says Susan Eilman, senior consultant at Hayes Management Consulting. She offers eight ideas for softening the blow and preparing the organization for change.