Measuring project success right after implementation is akin to evaluating how well your new drill looks in the box on the way home from the hardware store.
Project Management Lessons from Bond, James Bond
We can’t all be decision makers all of the time. When someone mistakenly thinks they are a decision maker, how do you tell them they are not?
Measuring the costs (financial and otherwise) of IT projects that are implemented and accepted by end users, but never truly adopted.
Project Management Lesson #1 – No football player goes into a game wondering why they are there and what they are doing.
Identifying project stakeholders can be more difficult than it sounds.
Project Management Lessons Learned from Rudolph, Frosty and your other favorite Christmas Carols
When you are implementing a new ERP system, it’s certainly a good time to optimize your business processes and ensure you are taking advantage of all the new features the system has to offer. But don’t forget to evaluate what’s already working well for you.