Project Objectives and their Implications on Organizational Change Management

According to Prosci, a leading research and training firm in Change Management, projects that engage Organizational Change Management (OCM) are six times more likely to exceed project objectives than projects that do not engage OCM. That statistic leads to two key questions: 1) how are project objectives defined, and 2) what is the role of OCM on projects? This article addresses these questions by discussing two types of projects, “traditional” projects and “benefits-focused” projects and the role OCM takes on each type of project.

Sustaining Through Change

Organizational Change Management (OCM) is a framework for managing the effects of changes in an organization. These changes can be related to new business processes, organizational structure, technology, or cultural changes. For ERP implementations, OCM leadership is the effort of aligning OCM with executive sponsors to proactively lead their organizations through these stages of change. This approach makes change management as equally important as project management when it comes to achieving and sustaining project success.

SAP HANA: Using Data to Disrupt the Competition

SAP is rising to the challenge of leading business success stories by integrating operations, technology and making the most of data. Today, SAP is creating on-ramps back to the information highways such that companies, in real time, have the information and are ready, willing and able to pass the competition with disruptive strategies and tactical plans to reach their goals.

Unlocking Business Value with Your ERP Implementation

The achievement of value should be at the forefront of implementation decisions. It is not customizations that cause ERP projects to fail, but the lack of defined value that should determine if the customization is needed. Value on an ERP project comes from improving capabilities and becoming more efficient. Taking the time to define the areas where the business should focus will ensure that the right capabilities are implemented for a better impact to the business. Read the full article, which outlines the six steps that provide a path for defining value and infusing value through in the implementation stages.

Navigator Management Partners Opens Cleveland Office

Navigator Management Partners is excited to announce the opening of their Cleveland office, expanding their Midwest region into Northeast Ohio.
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Navigator Management Partners
Navigator Management Partners was founded in 2001 to offer organizations a different kind of management and technology consulting partner. Our team is comprised of top-performing consultants with years of experience in solving business challenges by implementing information technology and management solutions, including Strategy, Program / Project Management, Organizational Change Management, Business Intelligence, Business Analysis and Process Design, Testing and Deployment, Solution Architecture, and Software Solution Selection, including cutting-edge, cloud-based solutions. Through collaborative partnership, we advise clients on solving tough business challenges in ways that improve operational performance and drive sustainable results.


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