Countless papers and articles were written on project success rates and why projects failed. All experts agreed on one thing: surely we have learned our lesson and things will be different moving forward. I am not so sure about that. Fast-forward ten years to 2010. The economic downturn and great recession have had significant impact on enterprise systems as many ... Read More »
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The Prinzo Group Publishes White Paper on Preempting ERP Project Failure
Atlanta, GA – December 10, 2010 – The Prinzo Group, an innovative knowledge firm that provides project assurance expertise for enterprise transformation and technology projects, today announced that it is making available its white paper, “Preempting ERP Project Failure, Project Assurance through Collaborative Intervention SM.” The paper addresses key discrepancies in ERP project planning and management that can lead to ... Read More »
Collaborative Intervention: A Practical Guide for Proactive Project Management
Most organizations do not anticipate project failure. Instead, they plan for success, governed by budget, next step deliverables, executive expectations, and go-live deadlines. Heads-down to the task at hand, project teams often plan for and address risks and issues that are anticipated to occur over the course of the project. But how do you address hidden risks, such as poor ... Read More »
When It Comes to End User Training: One Size Does Not Fit All.
As seen by recent news and posts, training and change management continue to be the Achilles’ heel of enterprise software implementations. One cause of training and change management failure is that project teams routinely underestimate the technology skill sets of end users. Let’s face it, implementation team members are fairly tech savvy and often assume end users will pick up ... Read More »