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How GDPR-led analysis should drive your CRM data migration plan

Last month I wrote a piece using the analogy of a house move for your organisation’s data migration. Whilst describing the expected migration stages it was admittedly a little light on GDPR factors. At Hart Square, we continue to see great progress and much ongoing work on GDPR compliance. This is especially true where a […]

Seven Guerrilla Tactics for Managers of Change

As Hart Square grows, we find ourselves more and more focussed on how change management practice works for our clients. We have always recognised our work is simply the work with the people. And NFP technology partners agree even the rational keystrokes of code are powered by fizzing synapses. In this brave, new(ish) world, who […]

A happy UI/UX for our people should be valued highly says Matt

This is not a new concept. Technology change projects can tend to bias User Interface (UI) and User Experience (UX) principles for an organisation’s customers and external stakeholders. Certainly forgivable. In our experience, Hart Square’s clients and technology partners also uphold the virtues of a happy UI/UX for their people: the hard-working daily users of […]