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Why Technology is NOT the Most Important Aspect of a Technology Initiative
- Too often, businesses try to address organizational change initiatives with a large focus on technology or business process reengineering and with little planning or investment made at the people level. The result: Large investments that should deliver strategic impact fail to result in needed ROI. The solution: Organizations need to give as much attention and forethought to the human side of change as they do to the technology and process side of change.
- Tagged: Consumer Packaged Goods Energy Financial Services Healthcare Manufacturing Retail Transportation Other Industries AGFA Allscripts J.D. Edwards Lotus Notes McKesson Oracle PeopleSoft SAP Siebel Other Applications Integrated Change Solution Communication Education Program Support
- Posted: Tuesday, August 12, 2008
The High-Wire(less) Act: Communication and Education are the Safety Net
- In the wired world, less is more. Suddenly we are surrounded by enabling wireless technology that has obvious and compelling benefits in manufacturing applications. However, like all innovations, the barrier to entry isn't the complexity of the technology, but the logistics of its integration with user to make it truly effective. To realize the benefits of wireless technology, manufacturing companies must focus on the impact the technology implementation has on its workers and employ an integrated approach to addressing and managing the human side of change. Only then can an organization really put wireless technology to work and optimize the return on is IT investment.
- Tagged: Manufacturing AGFA Allscripts J.D. Edwards Lotus Notes McKesson Oracle PeopleSoft SAP Siebel Other Applications Communication Education
- Posted: Monday, August 11, 2008
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