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Check out Customer Success Manager, Harrison Wiener explain his take on TBM Hierarchy of Adoption Needs to improve your TBM Practice.
Closed Caption version here.
Provides a great explanation of what it takes to have a healthy TBM practics / TBMO!
Nice work, Harrison!
And thank you Nathan for the inspiration to do this! It was a lot of fun!
Nicely done, Rebekah Caroway. Thank you for putting this together.
Thanks Rebekah Caroway and Harrison Wiener for this. Very clear and simple. Just what I need :-)
Thank you very much Lars!
Love it! Great example of how to compile a simple explanation for a complex concept
This is great Rebekah Caroway and Harrison Wiener!
Thanks Debbie Hagen! I enjoyed bringing Harrison's story to life!
Thank you very much Debbie!
Interesting, Thank you
Great work Harrison Wiener!!!
Thank you Ben!
Love this! Fantastic work Rebekah Caroway and Harrison Wiener!
Thank you Lisa!
Harrison, this is really good information. For an enterprise that is 2 months into the adoption journey, this information really applies and is on point for what we need to do consider. Thanks again for producing this video and making it available.
Since you are still early in your TBM Journey, I recommend checking out the Apptio Launch Kit: Cost Transparency , there is one for IT Planning too. It may help you with planning your rollout and change management. You want to start thinking about it early rather than waiting until it's almost time to launch before you start communicating and socializing.
Thank you Carlos! I am happy to hear it helps!
Great way to present this information in a simple cohesive way!
Thank you for the highly useful presentation. I have always fan of Maslow's Theory of "Heirarcy of Needs", you have given it a new angle for the Adoption of the TBMA practice.
This is a great dsummary of how and why TBM adoption can take place. It is an ideal length and easy to understand for all of those busy professional who may only have a few minutes to learn a new nugget of knowledge. Nicely done!
"great dsummary" actually should be "great summary"!
No worries. Thank you Ian!
This was a great way to put things in order or importance. Will definitely share with others.
Thanks Rebekah Caroway and Harrison Wiener, that was very insightful
I like the thinking and how it is conceptualized.
Abhinay Bhandekar check this out
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