Most ERP projects have to be delayed without much warning. It has a negative impact on team morale, project cost and business case. Let us see some leading indicators of project delay: Executive Leadership: No sense of urgency: Project sponsor and board do not communicate importance of the project. There is no carrot, no stick. … Continue reading Early Indicators Of Project Delay!
Buying and selling enterprise software is a tedious task. Why? Because, Buyer generally do not know what is required from software. On the other hand, Salesperson have minimal understanding of buyer’s business and requirements. As a result, projects start with chaos. Sometimes, random fights between Buyer's Project Board and Software Vendor (Supplier). Don’t believe me? Well, here … Continue reading Software Vendor Selection – How Not To Fight With Your Software Vendor!
Business Process Improvement projects generally use Lean/Six-Sigma techniques and some common sense to improve business processes. Project teams document current state of business processes (As-Is mapping). Then they analyse Business problems and document future state of processes (To-be mapping). Generally, it goes well up to documentation completion. Rubber hits road when project team starts planning for changes in business. They face challenges in … Continue reading Why Business Process Improvement projects fail to deliver value?