Adoption is about users using newly deployed systems and processes, not just that, it’s about them wanting to use it. Training delivery is a big part of user adoption, and good training solutions are creative, tailored to business and solution needs. Resulting’s approach to training is influenced by modern marketing techniques believing that more visceral content drives faster, deeper adoption. Creative adoption focussed content includes Explainer Videos, FAQs, Live Support / Chat, YouTube style demos, Snackable content, Podcasts, and Pub Quizzes.
Key responsibilities of the Adoption Lead:
We're looking for creative adoption leaders who have experience of training development and delivery on complex business transformation Programmes - ideally in SAP environments.
You must be able to work in the UK and Europe without the need for a Visa or sponsorship.
Resulting Ltd is an equal opportunity employer. Resulting Ltd is committed to providing an inclusive work environment that encourages and welcomes diversity with a zero tolerance policy of harassment and discrimination.
We're growing fast and need people who want to be part of our growth journey, meaning that you'll get the benefits of working with an experienced team in an agile, energetic, start-up style environment.
If you're doing too much travelling in your current role, this is your opportunity to achieve a better balance than working away on a long-term basis.
You'll also be assigned to an experienced Board Member as a mentor - who will provide the kind of coaching and support that will push your career on to another level.
We're particularly interested in people who've been around SAP, Data Warehousing and Marketing. We're also interested in people who have worked on large business and IT change programmes where there has been a focus on a new operating model and change management.
Send a CV and covering letter for an immediate interview.
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