DMi Webinar – ‘ERP Implementation Resurgence’
“But have we learnt lessons from the past?”
Sign up for the DM Integration Webinar where Dave Manning will lead an inclusive presentation and discussion on ERP Implementation Resurgence.
ERP implementations are having a resurgence. Maybe, because the last big surge was the millennium and most of those legacy systems are now not supported and certainly not equipped with advanced technologies and functionality. However, have we learnt from the mistakes of the 80’s a d 90’s when systems were seen as the solution and we did not effectively address the process, data and behaviour (change management) issues leading to countless systems implementations that failed to deliver the potential and even promised benefits.
In this round of system upgrades and implementations will we learn from those mistakes and focus upon the ‘Integration Sweet Spot’.
Join this webinar where Dave Manning will share his lessons of The Sweet Spot, The Proven Path and Change Management gained form more than 30 years of implementations.
– welcome & short introduction
– Wrap up
Register for the DMi ERP Implementation webinar and download our Implementation of Business Excellence – a practical guide to bringing about change.
Too often, organisation are frustrated with their poor performance and the complicated mess of their systems that are a mixture of legacy systems and spread sheets that appear not to be working.
Equally, in a haste to implement systems, they do not want to face the idea of doing it properly and continue doing what they have always done – but with a new shiny system and several million pounds poorer!
(Download available after the ERP webinar)
Dave Manning: DMi Director
A prime mover in getting a division of Rolls Royce to Class “A” in the 1980’s, he has huge experience as an inspirational educator to many companies across many continents in how to bring change through implementing Integrated Business Leadership. Recently he has spent 18 years in Oliver Wight, 5 year with The Delos Partnership and now, his own company, DM Integration Limited.