A previous blog post took a careful look at the importance of establishing a comprehensive and structured approach as part of an ERP implementation change management. The post made the case that it’s critical to integrate and align the people, processes, structures and culture to the project objectives and business strategy to ensure a
After hundreds of ERP selection and implementation projects, we find that implementing the ERP system is usually only one part of the story. When we team with manufacturers, we put the focus on establishing comprehensive and structured change management approaches to assist with the transition to the new system. As a core service, Ultra helps
Implementing or upgrading an ERP system is a good opportunity for a manufacturer to create lasting business change within an organization. That’s why ERP and change management is so important. We define ERP change management as more than simply selecting and implementing an ERP system. Manufacturers look to Ultra because we view ERP change
On Thursday May 10th I attended the 13th annual Technology Executive Network (TEN) Conference in Rosemont, IL. In attendance at the conference were over 50 CIOs from the Chicagoland area. The focus of the conference centered on the evolving role of the CIO and the need to combine business savvy with the ability to successfully manage change.