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  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    ERP And Change Management - Driving ROI

    Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems can support significant improvements in business performance and be an enabler of competitive advantage if properly implemented. Today there are many package solutions to choose from with ERP vendors marketing applications tailored to specific industries and incorporating a rich set of business functions to support...

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  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    If Change Is So Great, Why Is It So Hard? Part 2

    This paper looks at several other challenges in implementing change effectively and how to tackle them. Most often it is leaders that give the most credence and consideration to change. In fact, the leadership role demands it. Driven in the for-profit world by demand for quarter-over-quarter valuation increases and/or dividend...

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  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    If Change Is So Great, Why Is It So Hard?: Part 1

    Change is integral in turnarounds, re-engineering, re-organizations, growth strategies, systems implementations, new product development - basically every initiative required to improve performance. Within the context of organizational performance, change is important, if not 'Great'. And yet, every year organizations undertake changes approved in the business planning cycle, all appropriately business...

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  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    Driving Cost Efficiency With Business Process Knowledge Management

    Business Process Knowledge Management (BPKM) is a holistic approach to management of people, process and technology in order to optimize operational excellence. It may be thought of as a "Marriage" of Business Process Management (BPM) and Knowledge Management (KM), either of which may be considered as an independent practice area...

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  • White Papers // Dec 2008

    Applied Change Managementc - Managing Change Within Program

    There are many good models for managing change. Few, however, speak to the practicalities of implementing change within a Program. Deep change management capability within the enterprise is always desirable, but rare. It is usually demonstrated by the participation of a "Change Management Division," a group charged with building organizational...

    Provided By Symphini

  • White Papers // Dec 2008

    Leading And Managing Sustainable Change - Addressing The Key Causes Of Failure

    Failure to successfully execute often comes from seeing the change as solely structural - so once the new system is implemented, the new organization chart drawn, the papers are signed to legalize the "Deal," everyone, including the CEO, walks away from what is considered (prematurely) a "Done deal." Even when...

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  • White Papers // Oct 2008

    About Change Management...

    Change management must be addressed in both one-off projects as well as larger transformations involving strategy and vision. In order to effect and to sustain change, it is imperative to have thoughtful planning, implementation and involvement of the stakeholders. Change management respects not just process change but also the people...

    Provided By Symphini

  • White Papers // Dec 2008

    Applied Change Managementc - Managing Change Within Program

    There are many good models for managing change. Few, however, speak to the practicalities of implementing change within a Program. Deep change management capability within the enterprise is always desirable, but rare. It is usually demonstrated by the participation of a "Change Management Division," a group charged with building organizational...

    Provided By Symphini

  • White Papers // Oct 2008

    About Change Management...

    Change management must be addressed in both one-off projects as well as larger transformations involving strategy and vision. In order to effect and to sustain change, it is imperative to have thoughtful planning, implementation and involvement of the stakeholders. Change management respects not just process change but also the people...

    Provided By Symphini

  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    Driving Cost Efficiency With Business Process Knowledge Management

    Business Process Knowledge Management (BPKM) is a holistic approach to management of people, process and technology in order to optimize operational excellence. It may be thought of as a "Marriage" of Business Process Management (BPM) and Knowledge Management (KM), either of which may be considered as an independent practice area...

    Provided By Symphini

  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    ERP And Change Management - Driving ROI

    Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems can support significant improvements in business performance and be an enabler of competitive advantage if properly implemented. Today there are many package solutions to choose from with ERP vendors marketing applications tailored to specific industries and incorporating a rich set of business functions to support...

    Provided By Symphini

  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    If Change Is So Great, Why Is It So Hard?: Part 1

    Change is integral in turnarounds, re-engineering, re-organizations, growth strategies, systems implementations, new product development - basically every initiative required to improve performance. Within the context of organizational performance, change is important, if not 'Great'. And yet, every year organizations undertake changes approved in the business planning cycle, all appropriately business...

    Provided By Symphini

  • White Papers // Dec 2008

    Leading And Managing Sustainable Change - Addressing The Key Causes Of Failure

    Failure to successfully execute often comes from seeing the change as solely structural - so once the new system is implemented, the new organization chart drawn, the papers are signed to legalize the "Deal," everyone, including the CEO, walks away from what is considered (prematurely) a "Done deal." Even when...

    Provided By Symphini

  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    If Change Is So Great, Why Is It So Hard? Part 2

    This paper looks at several other challenges in implementing change effectively and how to tackle them. Most often it is leaders that give the most credence and consideration to change. In fact, the leadership role demands it. Driven in the for-profit world by demand for quarter-over-quarter valuation increases and/or dividend...

    Provided By Symphini