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MSP series: change management strategy that drives success.

July 6, 2018

A fully developed change management strategy is one of the most important considerations in a managed services program (MSP) implementation. And identifying all the key stakeholders affected by your new contingent workforce management program is an important first step in ensuring success. Read this third installment of our MSP series for tips on selecting your MSP implementation team, working collaborative with your internal stakeholders, and building strong relationships with your suppliers and MSP provider.

With a strong foundation in place, you and your MSP provider will be able to fuel adoption, monitor and measure performance, and make a real business impact with your contingent workforce strategy. 

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Check out the first two installments of our MSP series below, or download the MSP playbook.

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