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Effectively Communicating Change
Effectively Communicating Change
Communication is the cornerstone of a change management strategy and creating and implementing an effective change communication plan takes a lot of work.
Avaap Acquires Navigator Management Partners Creating A Cross-Platform, Industry-Specialized Global IT Advisory And Management Consulting Powerhouse
Avaap Acquires Navigator Management Partners Creating A Cross-Platform, Industry-Specialized Global IT Advisory And Management Consulting Powerhouse
Avaap, an industry-focused advisory services and IT management consulting firm, today announced its acquisition of Navigator Management Partners, a cross-platform management and technology consulting firm specializing in ERP systems, business intelligence (BI), and change management. The acquisition expands Avaap’s capabilities from an Infor-only consulting organization to a best-in-class cross-platform technology advisory and management consulting firm for organizations in healthcare, retail, higher education, non-profit, government, manufacturing, and other commercial industries.
The Importance of Business Process Engineering Prior to Implementing a New System
The Importance of Business Process Engineering Prior to Implementing a New System
Before starting a new implementation, it is best to evaluate your current state. If moving from one system to another, what did that system do well and what did it not do well?