In a frenetic world of buzzwords and trends – Cloud, SaaS, PaaS, Big Data, Agile, Internet of Things, etc. – sometimes the fundamentals can get less attention than they deserve. This article will talk about the continuing importance of “Big B” Business Analysis and those who perform this critical role, the Business Analyst.
We coach clients to be thoughtful and approach change initiatives in a structured manner, a strategy that is also very valuable when managing personal change. Organizational Change Management (OCM) is a structured approach to transitioning individuals, teams, and organizations from a current state to a desired future state. It can be used in situations such as downsizing, growing organizations, new technologies or moving mom into assisted living. It is a proven process aimed at helping employees understand, commit to, and embrace changes in their business environment. Read this real-life scenario and how organizational change management can be applied.
2017 marked the second year in our execution of a five-year plan that set the strategic vision of the firm, which included some key accomplishments:
- Supported 75 clients
- Earned 145 new certifications and advanced degrees this year
- Became an SAP Silver Partner within the PartnerEdge® Program
- Became a Workday Application Management Services (AMS) Partner
We continue to embark upon the journey to remain relevant in our markets, exceed the expectations of our clients, and provide our employees with challenging and exciting opportunities. Check out our 2017 Annual Report
, reflecting on 2017 and where we are heading in the future.
In the past, PeopleSoft forced each option upon you as you upgraded. With the current support model of selective adoption, not only do you get to choose what updates to apply, you get to decide how you want your users to interact. However, with options and choice, comes complexity and change. How do you decide which solutions to leverage and to whom should they be deployed?
Let Navigator help you get the most out of your investment by making the change to a Fluid centric model...not only answering "How Fluid Are You?" but rather, "How Fluid Should You Be?".
By now, most of us have learned that a single project management approach does not work for all projects. What are the options available to us as we approach Project Management? Read the entire article to see the options available and Navigator's proven project management framework and toolkit to increase project success.