4 Tips For Going Live with Bullhorn Remotely
Remote work has been around for a while, but the current landscape has expedited the need to be effective remotely. It can be overwhelming to overhaul your routines and processes, especially in the middle of a challenging time for recruitment businesses. To ensure a smooth experience from your go-live date onwards, we reached out to the Bullhorn Consulting Solutions team for their best remote go-live tips for going live with your recruitment technology.
Here are some methods the Bullhorn team uses to ensure a successful launch.
Create a Virtual Success Room
Organisations often establish a physical war room for a major software launch. This dedicated space facilitates communication, execution, and decision-making. We call it a Success Room. While you can’t create a physical space remotely, you can certainly establish a Virtual Success Room through a trusted communication channel of your choice.
Leverage Subject Matter Experts (SMEs)
Encourage SMEs to conduct a check-in with their designated group. SMEs should also be a part of a daily check-in call with the project team for answers to common questions.
Monitor Daily Logins
You may not be able to monitor your users in person, but you can utilise baseline reports to verify users who have logged in. Your SMEs can then follow up with users who haven’t logged in yet to ensure team-wide adoption and identify and work through any issues that are preventing users from adopting the system.
Schedule Q&A Sessions
Some team members may require extra help. Run a focused session to go through tips and tricks, which can be conducted virtually. Encourage the users to share their screens so you can coach them in real-time and ensure they’re dialed in and attentive.
While the week of go-live often involves key activities that are onsite, with the right approach, you can kick off your adoption remotely and gear up your recruiters for success.
To learn more about mastering your remote go-live, explore our resource, Success From A(TS) to Z: Tips From Bullhorn’s Consulting Experts to Implement Your Technology At Home