6 Hour Virtual Class
- Two 90-minute virtual sessions
- Three hours of independent study
Business Analysts who need to facilitate successful business meetings, bring a group to a consensus decision, and create group buy-in.
Rolling out a new Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system is difficult. ERP Deployments can be technically complex and financially risky. Everyone in the organization is affected by the changes imposed by the new ERP system, and many times there is resistance to change. During this course, we will explore the key factors that can lead to success or failure during an ERP Deployment.
ERP Deployments is the sixth class in our Successful System Implementation Course Series. This course is designed around a Harvard Case Study, which was carefully selected to analyze business situations at each stage of an ERP Deployment. The case study includes a wide range of project management issues. Because this case is based on real world problems, it is messy, and just like in the real world there isn’t a clear, “right” solution.
Managing the Testing Cycle is the sixth class in our Successful System Implementation Course Series. Participants must analyze the situation, pick a point of view, and be able to defend their recommendation. During class discussions, participants will work with their peers to explore the problem, identify the key factors that led to success or failure, and, with the help of your instructor, identify key lessons that you can apply to your future roles within your company.
After completing this course participants will be able to:
- Describe how an ERP can improve business performance
- Determine what an ERP will fix and how it can add value
- Calculate what an ERP will really cost and when to expect payback
- Reflect on why ERP projects fail and how ERP projects can be organized to succeed
- Measure the major risk areas associated with an ERP project
- Describe the major modules in SAP and Oracle ERP
- Lead change in an organization
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