i3Logic understands the simple truth that our reputation and long term success are linked inseparably to the people that form our company and those of our clients.
It is only through the skills, personalities, and values of each member of our team, and how they collaborate, that i3Logic can create the products and perform the services that help to improve the performance of the people our Client’s depend upon.
i3Logic’s philosophies, methodologies, processes, and innovations center around the basic fact that each individual’s performance and success, both personally and professionally, is intrinsically connected to those of their internal and external team members.
Our emphasis on people is fundamental to all of i3Logic’s Core Values, particularly when we refer to being “Peoplecentric” - caring about people. In fact, our focus on people is reflected throughout each of the main practices we perform:
Our model is structured to enhance the building of commitment as a primary means to ensure successful implementation of a change. Statistics show that over 70% of application implementations fail. The data also shows the cause of failure is typically due to the fact that the people affected by the change simply did not accept it, didn’t understand it, feared it, avoided it, and ultimately undermined the process. While the technology and processes are important, it is the people who decide whether a change will be successful or not.
Custom Training and Course Development
Our training programs are constructed with the learner in mind. Adult learning principles drive the design of the courses. The i3Logic team knows how to listen and help identify the needs of both the organization and the individual contributor so that the training program addresses both. People buy into a concept when they understand how they fit in and what they need to do to be successful. We are diligent in our attempts to include that information in the programs we create. This illustrates our integrated approach and people focus because we understand through listening and communication we can build those principles into our training courses.