3 Ways Adoption Toolkit Helps Build High-Performance Teams

The road to high performance is often littered with training manuals and binders. There’s no doubt these physical resources are valuable, but they also tend to be expensive, outdated, and difficult to distribute.

That’s why we love Adoption Toolkit, an in-app solution that delivers customized, self-service training right in employees’ daily workflows. Let’s walk through a few of the ways Adoption Toolkit helps you level up your team.


There’s a good chance you’ve seen our guides in action. We use them to share resources, ask questions, and announce releases and webinars. We create these guides to highlight new features and ensure you get the most out of our software.

Look familiar? We use guides to share important info with our users, like software release updates.

Over the years, customers have asked, “So, can we build our own guides, too?”

And the short answer is, “You bet!”

With Adoption Toolkit, you can create unlimited custom content—from tutorials and tooltips to surveys and videos. Announce an upcoming training session, share safety requirements, or show crews how to flush a hydrant. Streamline the onboarding process for new employees and provide support documentation for those who’ve been around the block a few hundred times. Adoption Toolkit is basically a way cooler version of Clippy.


Big, dusty training manuals have their place. They make great doorstops and paperweights. But if you’re tired of lugging books and binders from one jobsite to the next, Adoption Toolkit can really make life easier for you and your team.


Your field crews, office staff, and supervisors all have unique needs. With Adoption Toolkit, you can deliver guides based on specific roles and requirements. Share a how-to video with maintenance crews or remind supervisors to send their end-of-month reports by Friday afternoon. It gives you the power to distribute only the most relevant content to your team, so they can focus on the tasks at hand.

Example: Use Adoption Toolkit to encourage your staff to sign up for an upcoming training.


If you’ve ever tried to recreate a family recipe from memory, the result is almost always an inedible casserole. Because no one ever wrote down the recipe, those brave enough to attempt it miss several key ingredients and steps.

As reported in FMJ, nearly half of the FM workforce is expected to reach retirement in the next few years, and 25% of government employees see themselves in a different role within 2 years. That’s a lot of forgotten casserole recipes.

By creating guides in Adoption Toolkit, you can build an easily accessible archive of tips, tricks, and tutorials to prevent knowledge loss across your organization.

Example: Use Adoption Toolkit to improve data integrity and reduce errors.


As you continue to manage COVID-19 response efforts and return-to-work planning, you can use Adoption Toolkit to remotely train your team. Plus, it’s super simple to update safety protocols and standard operating procedures (SOPs) whenever new regulations are passed.

Example: Keep your team safe and share important reminders with Adoption Toolkit.


Powerful analytics tools help you understand how your team uses OpenGov and identify areas where employees may need more training.

Explore metrics like page views, average daily time in the app, and total visitors. You can even filter data by the same segments you use to deliver guides, so you can track success at the individual, team, and department level.

Ready for the next step in your high-performance journey? Reach out today to learn how you can create customized, in-app training with Adoption Toolkit.

Last Updated on February 23, 2024 by Jeff Neukom

Category: Asset Management

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