By Michael Fauscette on June 16, 2011
I was having a discussion yesterday with a vendor client on adoption of its activity stream product and wanted to share some of our thoughts. Adoption for social collaboration tools is extremely important, it’s a network effect issue, the more…
By Naomi Bloom on June 15, 2011
Vocabulary Shapes Our (Wishful) Thinking
This post was inspired by a Twitter exchange with a valued colleague after I tweeted that this might not be the best time to be a new buyer of Oracle PSFT/EBS HRMS given Oracle’s commitment to Fusion HCM as the next generation of these long-established product lines. My colleague very correctly […]
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By Phil Fersht on February 23, 2011
Outsourcing change is revolutionary—the world order changes. At the minimum, outsourcing introduces new rules and tools, different outcomes, changes careers, moves work offshore, requires new skills—all in the effort to realize a business case with…
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By Michael Krigsman on February 22, 2011
Change management and poor communications among stakeholder groups on IT projects is a key contributor to failure. Follows these ideas to solve the problem.
By Michael Krigsman on February 9, 2011
Insufficient attention to change management is key problem on many ERP implementations.
By Michael Krigsman on January 28, 2011
Failure creates excellent opportunities to refine experience and knowledge into great success.
By Michael Krigsman on January 27, 2011
Project participants often hope for success but are too scared to take positive action.
By Naomi Bloom on January 6, 2011
Nail Tech Tales When Daniel Pink’s now classic “Free Agent Nation” was published in 2001, it brought to public attention the world in which I had been living for much of my professional life. Just in my little neighborhood, at the intersection of HRM and IT, I knew well several dozen solos, like me, who were earning […]
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By Naomi Bloom on November 5, 2010
These projects took 6-9 months, with me working intensively with a carefully selected client team led by an HR executive, and with a steering committee that always included senior line executives as well as the CFO and CIO which was chaired by the senior most HR executive. Hewlett-Packard, International Paper, Bank of America, ALCOA, Metropolitan Life, Reynolds Metals, […]
By Michael Krigsman on September 8, 2010
Integrating big systems across an entire organization is challenging at best and often disastrous. Here are 13 tips to help you succeed.