Why behavioural barriers make change hard in the workplace.

To help employees adopt new technology, understand what’s going on inside their heads.

August 29, 2018 | 10 min read

Annotate announces the publication of a new White Paper which outlines the biases and behavioural barriers you might come across when introducing a new collaboration tool.

In the past, many digital software products have not been designed to account for behaviour and cognitive biases. As a result, most organizations have suffered from low uptake in certain applications as users have struggled to cope with the change.

That’s why it’s important to implement technology that has been designed with employee behaviour and biases in mind. New tools that build on users’ existing habits and behaviours - rather than try to work against them - have a greater chance of being used and integrated into your teams’ day to day working lives.

Download the White Paper