Make sure to survey your team about how long it currently takes them to complete work, where they’re getting stuck, and the problems they’d like to solve. That way, you can see Bit's impact and if it’s solving those problems.
As you’re building your first workflow, you’ll also want to understand how Bit fits with your other tools, so you can set clear expectations on your team for what kind of work happens where.
Invite a small group of teammates to play around with Bit to get familiar with features. Bit is flexible, so don’t be afraid to try things even if it’s not “perfect.”
When you’re ready, invite your whole team and host a Bit kickoff meeting to cover the information from step one and introduce them to Bit and your first workflow.