Mobility intelligence may come down to three simple keys - organizing, communicating and enforcing your mobility plans - but as with many simple seeming activities, the difficulty is really in the execution.
... The first of these is no huge shock - being clear and upfront about your expectations saves a lot of hassle down the road. Make sure your employees understand from before you even hand them their shiny new phones or devices, when, how and how much they can use them.
"Just set the expectations," advises Yeona Jang, a professor at the Desautels Faculty of Management at McGill University in Montreal, who believes the company is responsible for limiting complexity when it comes to mobility. "There are simple rules - up to this much, the company will pay for it, the rest you will take care of - is one," she says.
Read full article: Chief Mobility Officer, August 8, 2012