Wenbo Liu has posted good insights there, https://www.wrike.com/blog/3-foolproof-steps-to-ace-your-wrike-implementation/. As well as a nice sample Standard Operating Procedure to download. So here is a brainstorm-like idea on that topic.
Maybe some kind of Standard Operating Procedure builder would be useful (likely via some other startup integration), so a power user (a manager) could ease the implementation of a new SOP based on new features he/she just gained with Wrike, and ease the adoption of Wrike itself in the team. The resulting SOP may be a simple text, a text with screenshots or a flowchart (some of our examples: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/7jb56zs2owo1ir5/AADdpkRUEGvI5C1lshF893wca?dl=0).
An extra wild idea to this topic. We are with Wrike for 3 months. I truly appreciate its power, but I had a hard time convincing others that Wrike is definitely that very tool (among hundreds of others) which everybody should adopt. So another builder could be useful here: a landing page builder, for the ease of adoption. So the power user could quickly build a page for the teammates, that would consist of content blocks outlining Wrike's pros and features most relevant for his/her team. These blocks could be a list of famous companies that use Wrike (every team has different famous companies they respect); info about Wrike, Inc. size; info about Wrike, Inc. investment rounds; videos of David Allen interview to Wrike (for those teams that love GTD); some other cool videos of Wrike; a notion that Wrike is actively developed (with a link to https://help.wrike.com/hc/en-us/categories/201196365-Release-Notes); a number of downloads in Google Play; and other cool things about Wrike that would help a manager to neatly convince the teammates that though they never heard about Wrike it's definitely the best thing chosen for a new Standard Operating Procedure in their company, worth investing their time into it right away.
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