Fitbits, Apple Watches, UP bands – activity trackers have become part of our daily lives. It is expected that 170 million North American will have wearable technology devices by 2017. For those of you who wear them and like to reach fitness goals, they are amazing devices. They help you count the number of steps you’ve taken in a day, track food consumption, measure caloric burn, track your sleep patterns and monitor your heart rate. Used consistently, activity trackers enable determined people to reach short and long term fitness and weight loss goals. The idea is simple – you can only see improvement if you actually measure it.
The same idea holds true for managing organizational change. You can only demonstrate improvement by measuring change progress. The Change Management application Darwin is built on the same principle as activity trackers. The cloud-based solution allows change managers to measure organizational change-readiness, pinpoint resistant areas and keep track of communication activities. Want to know how many stakeholders are using the new technology? No problem, Darwin gives you that information and more.
So if you are determined to make a difference in your organization, you need to measure your progress. Darwin is the only activity tracker you will need.