Start 2017 with an HR Fitness Plan

Well, 2017 is upon us and people are talking about New Year’s resolutions. We have a new year, new laws beginning and a new president about to take office.  2017 will be a year of change, but as organizational leaders, we have to be nimble and able to shift and adjust as our businesses are changing all the time.  That’s why it is so important to have a strategic roadmap that includes a Continuous Improvement...

Managed Services Transition Journey: Transition Work Plan (3 of 3)

This is the third blog in a series that will take us through the phases of the Managed Services Transition Journey as it relates to IT outsourcing. Previously I discussed Definition and Preparation of the Transition. Over the last decade I have worked with numerous clients and completed many large complex outsourcing transitions. One thing for certain is that each transition requires a custom approach depending on...

Managed Services Transition Journey: Defining (1 of 3)

Defining the Managed Services Transition Journey This is the first blog in a series that will take us through the phases of the Managed Services transition journey as it relates to IT Outsourcing. When I started my career as a change agent almost two decades ago, I learned a great deal from a book written by William Bridges in 1991 titled, Managing Transitions – Making the most of Change by William Bridges. In...

Business Process Transformation – Maximize your Software Investment

The implementation or upgrade of an enterprise financial and/or HR system (commonly called ERP) is a significant technology change. There are several measurable reasons for doing so; such as technology obsolescence, maintenance or support costs, and functional requirements. However, the investment required to change the technology provides the greatest return of benefit when business processes are streamlined and...
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