Clarity PPM | Adoption Quick Guide - Part 1/3

Clarity PPM (CA PPM) is a great PPM tool, but it's only as useful as the data that's collected. To ensure your organization’s instance of Clarity PPM is successful, you have to secure adoption.

What is Clarity PPM Adoption?

Clarity PPM adoption goes far beyond purchasing the software. Users need to embrace, use, and leverage it. Most importantly, they need to:

• Believe their project and portfolio management (PPM) software is valuable for their work and business goals.

• Dutifully enter and maintain all data.

• Leverage the processes and tools.

Focus On End Users

In your Clarity PPM adoption phase, it's critical to focus on your end users. End users are your team members, Resource Managers (RMs), and Project Managers (PMs). Your end users should be just as invested as the executives. While executive leadership is crucial for creating the roadmap of a company’s maturation goals, adoption will absolutely stagnate and fail without end user buy-in.

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Have you implemented any of these strategies? What worked for you? Where did you struggle? We’d love to hear your tips and questions in the comments below.

If you liked this post, check out this BrightTALK from Daniel Greer, President of Rego Consulting and stay tuned for part two: "Is Your Company a Low or High CA PPM Adopter?"

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By Camille Pack|February 02, 2015

About the Author: Camille Pack

Camille Pack

Camille Pack has been in marketing for over a decade and started her career as a college composition instructor during graduate school. Technical writing lends itself well to mastery, and in her time at Rego, Camille offered clients product support, configured environments, and served as both a project manager for an internal reporting group and a business analyst for a large external client. Camille holds an MA in Literature and Writing, and a BS in Biology.

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