One of my first questions is about the level of commitment from the leadership of the organization. If the leadership is 100% behind the change, the chances of success increase dramatically.
If they aren't then, in my experience, the chances reduce to the point where it may not even be worth the effort.
Just buying and introducing the technology isn't enough. That is the easy part. all it takes is some research, money and some technical skills.
The difficult part is the human side; changing the paradigm in the heads of the staff, and then training and motivating them to implement the changed paradigm. This requires a long term commitment in a range of areas...which means time and money.
It also requires leadership that persists well beyond the time when the reluctant adopters climb on board the change.
In my experience, this isn't common in learning organizations...but it needs to be.
In this area, there is no quick fix...no rabbit you can pull out of a hat.