Building Commitment During an ERP Rollout

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In this e-book, Luc Galoppin and Daryl Connor bring together their insights on commitment and social architecture. You will learn how the eight stages of commitment apply to an ERP rollout and why it is critical to carefully plan the "moments of truth". This e-book is specifically useful for executives who face an ERP rollout. It helps us to see where we need to be vigorous in terms of organizational change management.

Enough about why 70 percent of the change effects fail (and the fact that this percentage may even be higher on ERP programs)...here is what we can focus on to enable commitment for the change in our irganziation: the commitment map for navigationg moments or truth.

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If you're involved in introducing change that will encounter organisational resistance, then I would recommend you download and digest this ebook. What I found particularly useful is how it encourages you to become more aware of the social and emotional impact of introducing IT change. Personally, I've not given enough thought to becoming socially engaged with the organisation when delivering change. However, reading this guide makes the benefits of "social architecture" visible to me. What was particularly useful is the mapping of a generic "project anatomy" to the 8 stages. Definitely a worthwhile read.

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Full of sound advice. Not limited to ERP but can be applied to any project with high degree of interaction between systems implementations and process change.

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