DGLS 968 - Closing the Loop

‘Closing the loop’ is often used to indicate the follow through necessary to see a project through to a successful conclusion.  However, implementing technology designed to solve organizational problems is not a “one and done” process. Organizational buy-in and training are necessary first steps, but change is a journey. Successful organizational change requires clear and measurable goals and objectives. Progress needs to be tracked and communicated. Projects involving organizational change are also not solo activities. Cooperation, collaboration, and teamwork are essential to smooth adoption and ultimate success.

Credit hours: 1

Eligibility: Admission to EdS (Digital Leadership) program and graduate standing
Last updated: 05/23/2022