ERP Projects: The Complete Survival Manual-Part 1

Managing your first ERP project is the ultimate challenge you will face in your career as a project manager. In this video series, I will share with you practical strategies, tips, and technique so you are prepared to manage these complex projects effectively:

 

Chapter 1:

Chapter 2:

Chapter 3:

Chapter 4:

4 Responses to ERP Projects: The Complete Survival Manual-Part 1
  1. P Marc Scvhwartz
    July 27, 2014 | 10:04 am

    I am a PhD candidate in IT. I am writing a dissertation: “What are the factors of failure in the implementation of new project management technology utilizing dashboards as a tool to measure key performance indicators (KPI).”

    I am seeking 25 participants for qualitative interviews:. “Do you have in-house Project Managers? If you outsource PM could you give me some references? Can you help me? Is there a group of Project Managers in your company that would want to help?” At this point it would involve answering 12 interview questions; about 1 hour of their time.

    Is there a spot where I can post this to your readers?

    For more information, please contact me by email.: marc@orgdevas.com

    • samad_aidane
      July 27, 2014 | 12:54 pm

      Marc, Thanks for your comment.

      The best place I know to post info and recruit for research studies such as yours is LinkedIn groups. There are dozens of project management groups that have large following.

      Here are a few that I follow:

      Agile Project Management
      Global Program and Project Networking Group
      Global Project Management
      I want to be a PMP®
      PgMP Credentialed Networking Group
      PM Community – Product/Portfolio/Program/Project Manager
      PM Leader
      PMI Agile Community of Practice
      PMI Credentialed PMPs
      PMI Information Systems Community of Practice (PMI IS CoP)
      PMI Project, Program and Portfolio Management: #1 group for career advancement
      PMLink – Project Management Link – Project, Program & Portfolio Managers, PMP, PMBOK, PMO
      Project Management 2.0
      Project Management Bloggers
      Project Management Group SP
      Project Manager Alliance!
      Project Manager Community – Best Group for Project Management
      Project Sponsors
      Project Success
      ProjectManagement.com
      The Association for Project Management (Official group)
      The Project Manager Network – #1 Group for Project Managers

      Good Luck.

  2. rateyourpm
    August 3, 2016 | 6:30 am

    The process of project management starts with the first step of conception where brainstorming and weighing of options takes place. The second step is about planning and designing of the project and its essentials. Then the third step of execution of decided ideas and after that, the assignment of the tasks for the same purpose follows. Then, follows the fourth step of controlling of the various project activities. After that, the last step of evaluation and closure follows. This step, as the name suggests, means the evaluation of all the activities that took place and the closure of the project after the delivery to the client.

    A project manager is required to possess certain skills to reach the organizational goals and be efficient and effective at the same time. The major quality required for a project manager is leadership. Leaders can get the best out of people by setting an example of walking the talk. A leader has to be ambitious as it is one adjective that defines the others which are a part of the term, such as, hard work, determination, and unconditional desire to achieve. Also, it helps generate the energy that makes people follow the leader. They should have a good attitude and should be in touch with their people.

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ERP Projects: The Complete Survival Manual-Part 1

Managing your first ERP project is the ultimate challenge you will face in your career as a project manager. In this video series, I will share with you practical strategies, tips, and technique so you are prepared to manage these complex projects effectively:

 

Chapter 1:

Chapter 2:

Chapter 3:

Chapter 4:

4 Responses to ERP Projects: The Complete Survival Manual-Part 1
  1. P Marc Scvhwartz
    July 27, 2014 | 10:04 am

    I am a PhD candidate in IT. I am writing a dissertation: “What are the factors of failure in the implementation of new project management technology utilizing dashboards as a tool to measure key performance indicators (KPI).”

    I am seeking 25 participants for qualitative interviews:. “Do you have in-house Project Managers? If you outsource PM could you give me some references? Can you help me? Is there a group of Project Managers in your company that would want to help?” At this point it would involve answering 12 interview questions; about 1 hour of their time.

    Is there a spot where I can post this to your readers?

    For more information, please contact me by email.: marc@orgdevas.com

    • samad_aidane
      July 27, 2014 | 12:54 pm

      Marc, Thanks for your comment.

      The best place I know to post info and recruit for research studies such as yours is LinkedIn groups. There are dozens of project management groups that have large following.

      Here are a few that I follow:

      Agile Project Management
      Global Program and Project Networking Group
      Global Project Management
      I want to be a PMP®
      PgMP Credentialed Networking Group
      PM Community – Product/Portfolio/Program/Project Manager
      PM Leader
      PMI Agile Community of Practice
      PMI Credentialed PMPs
      PMI Information Systems Community of Practice (PMI IS CoP)
      PMI Project, Program and Portfolio Management: #1 group for career advancement
      PMLink – Project Management Link – Project, Program & Portfolio Managers, PMP, PMBOK, PMO
      Project Management 2.0
      Project Management Bloggers
      Project Management Group SP
      Project Manager Alliance!
      Project Manager Community – Best Group for Project Management
      Project Sponsors
      Project Success
      ProjectManagement.com
      The Association for Project Management (Official group)
      The Project Manager Network – #1 Group for Project Managers

      Good Luck.

  2. rateyourpm
    August 3, 2016 | 6:30 am

    The process of project management starts with the first step of conception where brainstorming and weighing of options takes place. The second step is about planning and designing of the project and its essentials. Then the third step of execution of decided ideas and after that, the assignment of the tasks for the same purpose follows. Then, follows the fourth step of controlling of the various project activities. After that, the last step of evaluation and closure follows. This step, as the name suggests, means the evaluation of all the activities that took place and the closure of the project after the delivery to the client.

    A project manager is required to possess certain skills to reach the organizational goals and be efficient and effective at the same time. The major quality required for a project manager is leadership. Leaders can get the best out of people by setting an example of walking the talk. A leader has to be ambitious as it is one adjective that defines the others which are a part of the term, such as, hard work, determination, and unconditional desire to achieve. Also, it helps generate the energy that makes people follow the leader. They should have a good attitude and should be in touch with their people.

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ERP Projects: The Complete Survival Manual-Part 1

Managing your first ERP project is the ultimate challenge you will face in your career as a project manager. In this video series, I will share with you practical strategies, tips, and technique so you are prepared to manage these complex projects effectively:

 

Chapter 1:

Chapter 2:

Chapter 3:

Chapter 4:

4 Responses to ERP Projects: The Complete Survival Manual-Part 1
  1. P Marc Scvhwartz
    July 27, 2014 | 10:04 am

    I am a PhD candidate in IT. I am writing a dissertation: “What are the factors of failure in the implementation of new project management technology utilizing dashboards as a tool to measure key performance indicators (KPI).”

    I am seeking 25 participants for qualitative interviews:. “Do you have in-house Project Managers? If you outsource PM could you give me some references? Can you help me? Is there a group of Project Managers in your company that would want to help?” At this point it would involve answering 12 interview questions; about 1 hour of their time.

    Is there a spot where I can post this to your readers?

    For more information, please contact me by email.: marc@orgdevas.com

    • samad_aidane
      July 27, 2014 | 12:54 pm

      Marc, Thanks for your comment.

      The best place I know to post info and recruit for research studies such as yours is LinkedIn groups. There are dozens of project management groups that have large following.

      Here are a few that I follow:

      Agile Project Management
      Global Program and Project Networking Group
      Global Project Management
      I want to be a PMP®
      PgMP Credentialed Networking Group
      PM Community – Product/Portfolio/Program/Project Manager
      PM Leader
      PMI Agile Community of Practice
      PMI Credentialed PMPs
      PMI Information Systems Community of Practice (PMI IS CoP)
      PMI Project, Program and Portfolio Management: #1 group for career advancement
      PMLink – Project Management Link – Project, Program & Portfolio Managers, PMP, PMBOK, PMO
      Project Management 2.0
      Project Management Bloggers
      Project Management Group SP
      Project Manager Alliance!
      Project Manager Community – Best Group for Project Management
      Project Sponsors
      Project Success
      ProjectManagement.com
      The Association for Project Management (Official group)
      The Project Manager Network – #1 Group for Project Managers

      Good Luck.

  2. rateyourpm
    August 3, 2016 | 6:30 am

    The process of project management starts with the first step of conception where brainstorming and weighing of options takes place. The second step is about planning and designing of the project and its essentials. Then the third step of execution of decided ideas and after that, the assignment of the tasks for the same purpose follows. Then, follows the fourth step of controlling of the various project activities. After that, the last step of evaluation and closure follows. This step, as the name suggests, means the evaluation of all the activities that took place and the closure of the project after the delivery to the client.

    A project manager is required to possess certain skills to reach the organizational goals and be efficient and effective at the same time. The major quality required for a project manager is leadership. Leaders can get the best out of people by setting an example of walking the talk. A leader has to be ambitious as it is one adjective that defines the others which are a part of the term, such as, hard work, determination, and unconditional desire to achieve. Also, it helps generate the energy that makes people follow the leader. They should have a good attitude and should be in touch with their people.

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