Chatbots can help staff better understand the company’s digital initiatives
BUSINESSES that are aggressively pursuing a digital transformation strategy know that communicating the impact of new initiatives, to staff, is key to success.
Chatbots on messaging platforms such as Facebook, WeChat, as well as WhatsApp, can help.
Some forward-thinking companies are beginning to realize that chatbots are great as internal tools to drive the digital transformation message home.
“If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together,” goes an old adage — which is why companies, especially the larger enterprises, aiming to accelerate their digital transformation, need to deploy chatbots for internal use. Here’s how chatbots help:
# 1 | Gets everyone on the same page
Chatbots are incredibly effective when it comes to sharing a message with a large team.
However, while emails and videos on corporate social networks can do the same job — and quite effectively — the reality is that a dedicated chatbot can serve as the company’s digital transformation mascot.
The mascot can be updated with the company’s most recent digital transformation agenda and information about projects running concurrently across geographies.
Employees can then chat with the mascot about what is relevant to them, raise queries about projects that interest them, and connect with project managers if they have something to contribute.
# 2 | Reinforces the vision and mission
Digital transformation projects fail because people aren’t motivated enough and forget why they embarked on a project or adopted a certain agenda in the first place.
A digital transformation chatbot that serves as the company’s change mascot can be tasked with reminding change agents, also known as employees, about the vision and mission of the programs in a bid to reinvigorate and reinforce the importance of going digital.
Often, chatbots are also able to take in questions that arise in the minds of employees from time to time and feed them to the management team who can address them for the entire organization at once.
# 3 | Helps delegate effectively
Chatbots, whether serving as digital transformation mascots or not, have all the answers. However, they can be built to provide different teams with answers and responses relevant to them — and provide them with prompts that are suitable to them.
Using chatbots, managers working on multiple projects can delegate tasks to different groups based on spreadsheets and flowcharts tied to their project management software.
Of course, this means integrating the chatbot’s feed with other software in the company’s network, which also makes things more manageable and effective.
- Unlock the blind spots in your network with Riverbed
- It’s a wrap? China-based e-commerce giant JD.com retreats from SEA
- TikTok hanging by a thread in the US as nationwide ban looms
- Battle of the bots: Baidu joins the AI chatbot revolution to take on ChatGPT
- Addressing the talent gap and enhancing efficiency for SEA businesses through managed security services