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Stracl Webapp Trial

Thank you for choosing the Stracl Webapp to help your organization improve stakeholder engagement and taking the steps to become a change leader, not a follower.

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What is the Stracl Webapp Trial?

The purpose of the trial is to provide an in-depth experience of leading a change project on a mobile platform, where all stakeholders involved can stay engaged. The Stracl Webapp Trial is an opportunity for organizations interested in testing out the Stracl Webapp on a change project. Leaders of our use case trial will be given the opportunity to share their webapp experiences and findings with the change management community. .

Trial Procedure

  1. Change team kickoff meeting and training
  2. Identify a project
  3. Identify project stakeholders
  4. Set up Stracl Webapp

Step 1: Change Team Kickoff Meeting and Training

  • Enlist your core team
  • Agree on tasks and roles for trial

Step 2: Identify a Project

You need to select a project or change initiative where you want to adopt a more agile approach to change management.

That use case project should be one where:

  • You have a great relationship with the business executive and they are interested in new ideas to accelerate stakeholder adoption
  • You can identify business change agents that want to be involved in the change
  • You have a change team on this project who is looking to try something different.
  • You currently have a website, milestones and communication surveys
  • You want to understand readiness
  • You believe they would be more involved if given challenges and quizzes.

Step 3: Identify Project Stakeholders

  • Identify the project and the team
  • Identify stakeholders impacted

Step 4: Set Up Stracl Webapp

  • You will get a dedicated Stracl SaaS that the Change Team can add stakeholders and configure the webapp
  • You will get a dedicated Stracl Webapp URL that you can send to stakeholders with email instructions
  • We will provide you with Training and default content to get you started

Length of Trial

You will have three months free access to the Stracl Webapp to engage with your impacted stakeholders on a mobile platform.

Upgrade your Trial

After the three months free trial, extend your Stracl Webapp trial to 12 months by purchasing the Stracl SaaS. Access additional features from the Stracl Webapp, such as, communications, change impact, and training. Gain a 12 months experience of revolutionizing and simplifying stakeholder adoption with Stracl at its full potential.

Technical Requirements

  • You need to involve your IT department to set up Single Sign On (SSO)

Agreement

Testers agree to document your change management use case for your trial and develop a presentation based on it, for our use to publicize the features and benefits of Stracl. This presentation may be delivered in person before a public professional change management forum, or by video, for our exclusive use.  We request permission to use your name, image, and organizational affiliation. That’s it!


Use case should describe:

  • Your current state where change data is collected in multiple steps and filtered numerous times, where change strategies are selected based on the opinion and judgments about stakeholders.
  • How Stracl helped you to a future state business-led using evidence-based analytics

Our Vision

The Stracl Webapp was created with the help of industry change leads and business executives who have participated in multiple Stracl Webapp Hackathons. We are extremely grateful for everyone who have given their time and expertise into developing a tool that will contribute to more change management success in the future. The Stracl Webapp trial is a great way to keep the discussion of stakeholder engagement going and advance the discipline of change management.

Watch the full on-demand recording of Stracl's session at the ACMP Global Connect Conference (20 minutes). Registration is required to access the recording.

The presentation slide deck can be downloaded from here.