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Published By: Adaptive Growth     Published Date: Feb 25, 2008
In what practical ways – if any – is ERP implementation project success different from the absence of failure? Both casual and thorough analysis of ERP failure agree on several interesting points.
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Published By: Adaptive Growth     Published Date: Mar 12, 2008
ERP system acquisition projects are rarely deemed to fail.  All the well-advertised failures come later, during implementation and afterward.  Nevertheless, the seeds of these failures are invariably planted in the earliest stages of ERP acquisition planning.
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Published By: Adaptive Growth     Published Date: Mar 12, 2008
ERP implementations fail – when they do – because implementation projects allow a few well-known risks to go unmanaged. These risks go unmanaged because the control of results slips from buyer to seller.  It doesn’t have to work that way.
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Published By: Adaptive Growth     Published Date: Mar 12, 2008
It is a truism that in any complex activity, the critical, defining decisions should be made as early in the process as possible.  In ERP implementation projects this principle is routinely undermined by the nearly universal practice of separating acquisition and implementation activities into separate projects, performed by separate teams operating under separate control.
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