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The Importance of Organizational Change Management: 3 Questions to Ask

Fellow ERP consultants Panorama Consulting wrote awhile back about the importance of change management (here), particularly for companies in the process of implementing ERP.  387 more words

General ERP Articles

How Do I Hire The Right People?

NOTE: First posted at the PM College blog.

We had a great webinar on project, leadership, and business skills. We got some great reviews and I hope you enjoy it. 397 more words


Bad Incentives: How the ServiceNow Knowledge Base Resembles the Prisoners’ Dilemma, Part 1/3

ServiceNow Knowledge Background

ServiceNow is a Platform as a Service (PaaS) that offers an array of Service Management applications, with roots in IT Service Management (ITSM).   1,536 more words


Debunking common software implementation myths

I read an article this morning about three ERP (enterprise resource planning) implementation myths. I come across the same ones in EHS (environment, health & safety) software implementations. 300 more words

Information Technology

Eight steps to achieve sticky change in your organization - The Globe and Mail | #ChangeManagement

Technology is changing our world every day, and it’s not going to slow down to let any of us off the ride. To equip your business for the New Year, adopt one more resolution: understand that change is the new status quo. 73 more words

Reposted Articles

The Search for Role Clarity Ends with Strategic and Operating Model Clarity! (Part 1)

I come across a whole heap (yes, that’s a technical term!) of “role confusion” in my consulting and training work. And it’s an insidious issue. Lack of role clarity leads to errors, miscommunication, redundancy, noise and wasted effort. 548 more words

IT Management

The Role of Resiliency in Strategic Planning

The Cleveland Clinic’s CEO, Toby Cosgrove, writes today on his LinkedIn account that, “change is happening fast and furious in healthcare, touching all aspects of the industry – how we identify and treat disease, who provides treatment, where we offer healthcare services, how patients interact with their caregivers, and how we are paid.” Writing about the human impact of such change he invokes the works of no less than… 588 more words