Don’t cut corners with your OCM <organizational change managment>  efforts or else be prepared for  major post go-live issues or even pre go-live issues. It is certainly a pay me now or pay me a lot more later situation. Eventually you will pay and the ”later” scenario is almost always significantly more costly and harder to fix.”

A Practical Coaching Guide for Navigating the Complex World of ERP

Winning the ERP Game - A Coaching guide to Packaged Aplication Business Success - David StefanicMr. Stefanick’s book, “Winning the ERP Game: A Coaching Guide to Packaged Application Business Success”,  offers up great practical insight. His book shares lessons learned, best practices, and “coaching moments”. Mr. Stefanick provides examples and coaching on how to improve effective governance of the ERP Organizational Change triad: people, processes, and technology.

The Coaching Approach

The book’s strength lies in its accessibility, avoiding technical jargon and making it valuable for executives, managers, and IT professionals. The coaching framework, coupled with real-world examples and case studies, creates a roadmap that guides readers through the entire ERP process.

Emphasis on the Human Element

“Winning The ERP Game” stands out by recognizing the human element in ERP success. Focusing on change management, collaboration, and aligning business goals with technology, the book offers a holistic approach to achieving ERP success.

Practical Tips and Checklists

The inclusion of practical tips and checklists at the end of each chapter enhances the book’s value, providing readers with actionable steps for a smoother ERP journey.

A Practitioners Resource

“Winning The ERP Game” is a must-read for anyone involved in or considering an ERP implementation. Its practical insights, coaching framework, and emphasis on the human side of ERP success make it a valuable asset for both beginners and seasoned professionals in the business and IT domains. Highly recommended for those seeking triumph in their ERP endeavors. This resource will help prepare the organization for the Productivity Dip and ERP Organizational Change challenges.

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