Some organizations fail to manage the implementation of the ERP system for several reasons. Lake of communication between the employees is a key factor that negatively affects the implementation process because ERP is an integration system, which means communication across the functions is essential to exchange and communicate data. Lake of management of change has caused employees to resist switching to a new system as they were not prepared to accept such system. Training programs for the employees are another factor that could increase the implantation cost as well as lead to unsuccessful adaptation. Also, poor IT infrastructure might limit the ability to get maximum use from the system.
This is because, they may fear that the implementation will lead to increased workload. In addition, some employee may also develop job insecurity, because the ERP system can perform their work. As a Chief Technology Officer (CTO), the factors that I will keep in mind to ensure a successful ERP implementation for ABC are mentioned below. i. The objectives and targets of implementing an ERP system should be clearly defined.
ERP might likewise incorporate application modules for the fund, bookkeeping and HR parts of a business. SAP and Oracle are the two ERP driving merchants. As execution of ERP changes the way individuals work, top administration must be proactive in clarifying the purposes behind, and how the association in general will profit by the usage. A legitimate change administration activity can bring down the potential danger of an ERP usage, through a far reaching correspondence and preparing procedure. To harvest the full advantages of ERP, associations need to join forces with able, demonstrated administration suppliers, with the specialized and useful experience and aptitude to guarantee effective usage.
The initials ERP originated as an extension of MRP (material requirements planning; later manufacturing resource planning) and CIM (Computer Integrated Manufacturing). It was introduced by research and analysis firm Gartner in 1990. ERP systems now attempt to cover all basic functions of an enterprise, regardless of the organization's business or charter. Non-manufacturing businesses, non-profit organizations and governments now all use ERP systems. Enterprise resource planning systems are designed to address the problem of fragmentation of information or “islands of information” in business organizations.
Abstract. Today's dynamic business environment premised created tremendous pressure on the implementation of information technology projects. Traditional approaches to project management are no longer applicable and efficient management of IT projects as they are unable to cope with the rapid marshaling and changes at the enterprise level. Agile project management is to capture the attention of many project managers as ways to meet these challenges and overcome restrictions on management of information technology projects. This study reports the results of the analysis of Adaptive performance in agile project management project management information technology in Pakistan.
In the early days, in 1960, MRP refers to the planning of production requirements. MRP and ERP systems were first developed as a tool for organization and planning of production companies. This can be done over the next segment functions as a separate manufacturing facility for a range of internal software systems using ERP and began including customers and suppliers. Not so long ago, other industries are also beginning to realize the benefits of ERP systems; state institutions and organizations in the service sector began to take advantage of this technology. In 1970 came the first PC hardware.
Most corporations enforce one feature or function of the software program at a time, permitting employees to gain Familiarity with the software before moving forward, the complete implementation process may take several years. PRESENTATION ON SAP: She also gave me a presentation on SAP, in which she showed me the portal of SAP which was about: What are the access criteria for employees- She told that access differs according to the ranks and requirement of the job of employees. How to place different information on SAP How to update account How to apply for leave NATURE OF HRM: Human resource management (HRM) is together an educational principle and a business practice that addresses the theoretical and practical strategies of coping with a staff. HUMAN RESOURCE PRACTICES: Following are the practices conducted in the FFC: Recruitment Medical bills Hiring Leave for assistance Training Payment of bonuses Performance Management
A recent study conducted by Chia-Huei and Zhen (2015, p. 12) shows that team values is one empowering condition. In that study, team collectivism as well as team power had a considerable influence on employees’ reactions to transformational leadership. Most previous researchers that have found an association between team behaviour and transformational leadership were done in military environments, where the predominant values are team oriented and categorized (reflecting high power distance). (Zawawi and Nasurdin, 2015, p. 23). 4.2 Importance of team values Looking at the team values and transformational leadership, we can see that both exerts results, which proposes that team behaviours and values temperate the consequences of transformational leadership on team behaviour, thus suggesting that motivated leaders might want to infuse respect for their power , without ignoring team members’ needs and recommendations.
Abstract: ERP systems have developed as solutions to manage organizations resources in an integrated manner. They supported the decision making needs of an organization by automating activities of different departments and making the information available to the users at the right time. However, although the implementation of these systems has brought various tangible as well as intangible benefits to the users, they still don’t cover all processes from all industries and sectors. Recognizing this limitation, many organizations have felt the need to implement specific solutions to their business, industry or sector. From the collected case study, the advantages and limitations of ERP implementation in the hospitality industry were analyzed.
(2007) suggest that “when implementing a new strategy, it’s dangerous to ignore the other components because strategy implementation requires an integrative point of view. (p. 6). Pryor et al. (2007) go beyond the understanding and provide the 5P’s model of strategy implementation. The author suggests that the strategy management process must be part of the 5Ps, model such as, purpose: which is the strategic intention of the organization and must be communicated across the organization.