Executive Buy-In is Crucial for ERP Success
Executive buy-in is terminology that often gets tossed around when exploring and / or implementing an ERP project. Typically, the executive management will not be involved with the day to day implementation. In fact, there may be limited executive...Read more
ERP Selection – How To Evaluate the Implementation Strategy
I was watching a college basketball game a few nights ago, and found myself considering the preparation and execution that goes into each and every game. In the last 3 minutes of the game, the team that was behind...Read more
Is the “Halo Effect” Impacting Your Ability to Leverage Your ERP System?
I have seen it time-after-time. A new ERP Implementation in the waiting, Executive Sponsors selected, Steering Committee in place, Project Managers ready to manage, Core Team ready to dive into the trenches, Project Plans firmed, caffeine charged Technical Consultants...Read more
Manufacturing Perspective: Overcoming The Fear of Failure to Stay Competitive
Has fear of failure held your company captive to its antiquated ERP system?
The fear of implementing a new ERP system is common and often controls a company's willingness to consider updating its Read more
What Is In A Name? Key Missing Element In Many ERP Implementations…
Have you ever thought about the things that we name besides pets and children?
I have known people that named their instruments, and some that have even named their cars. Or, how about the nicknames that we give friends and...Read more
Disorganized Labor – 13 Steps To Keep Your ERP Implementation From Failing
Are you afraid of becoming disorganized labor when it comes to your ERP implementation? Or worse yet, disorganized implementation.
It's a very valid concern.
So, how do you gear up for the implementation process without becoming disorganized?
According to Jennifer Lonoff...Read more