Innovators are the people who help drive your business forward. They experiment with new ideas, take risks, and think outside of the box. But innovators don’t always want to use technology at work because it’s “too complex,” “too expensive,” or just plain “scary.” So how can you help these tech-averse employees embrace innovation? I’ll show you how in three steps below:
Understand the innovators.
It’s important to understand that innovators are the first to adopt new technology. They’re often early adopters of new technologies, too. And because they’re so eager to try out new things, it can be easy for them to become frustrated or disappointed with a product if it doesn’t live up to their expectations.
It’s also important for you as an employer (or manager) not only understand what makes your innovators tick but also how best you can help them succeed with their projects and goals–without compromising company standards or policies along the way!
Set up a pilot program.
The first step to getting your innovators on board with technology is to define the problem. You can’t solve something if you don’t know what it is, so it’s important that you set goals before starting on a solution. In order to do this, ask yourself: What is my goal? How will achieving this goal help me be more successful at work and in life?
For example, let’s say that one of your goals is to lose weight by exercising more often and eating healthier foods (a common New Year’s resolution). This might seem like an easy thing for most people but not so much for others who may have physical limitations or mental blocks preventing them from achieving their fitness goals–or at least those who lack motivation and self-control needed for success! However by setting clear objectives such as these ones above then breaking down into smaller “micro” steps that lead up towards achieving those overall objectives then finally implementing them into daily life activities becomes easier since now there are specific actions which need taking place every day rather than just hoping things will happen without any effort being put forth first.”
Monitor and track results.
After you’ve implemented your technology program, it’s important to keep a close eye on results. You want to know what’s working and what isn’t so that you can make changes as needed. If one of your programs has been successful, don’t be afraid to replicate it or expand upon it in the future. And if something doesn’t go according to plan, try again with another approach until you find something that works!
Don’t forget: celebrations are an important part of any success story!
With a few simple steps, you can help innovators embrace new technology in their workplace.
You can help innovators adopt new technology in the workplace by following these simple steps:
- Understand the innovators.
- Set up a pilot program.
- Monitor and track results
We hope this article has given you a better understanding of innovators and how to help them adopt new technology in the workplace. If you’re an innovator yourself, we encourage you to take these steps and see what happens!