We all have our perspective on why SAP projects fail. Michael Krigsman, Dennis Howlett, Michael Doane , Vinnie Mirchandani et al have riffed at length on this topic. I am not sure what is left to be said, and then I saw this post today by Dennis. Intransigent clients to blame for failed SAP projects? Continue reading “SAP Project Failures – it ain’t a binary issue”
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Analyzing Project Success – talent wins games, teamwork wins championships !
I am on cloud nine at the moment – our team successfully finished a huge big project go live in a “minimum fuss” way (THE way go-live should be) and I am getting ready to party hard with the gang. It was a journey that started in the fall of 2009 – and the teamContinue reading “Analyzing Project Success – talent wins games, teamwork wins championships !”
Change Management – Why haven’t we solved it yet?
It is not new news that Change Management is a big deal, and all transformation projects – probably “all” projects – need to invest in it. We knew this decades ago – and for the most part, we still fail to do this. WHY? I have worked in various roles on ERP and non-ERP transformations. Continue reading “Change Management – Why haven’t we solved it yet?”