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R Responsible to perform the task
A Accountable for the task being completed
C Consulted with prior to the activity being ...
Stage Action
Catalyzing Leadership’s task of bringing an abstract idea to concrete
fruition
Encoding The Champion’s task o...
Business Strategy
HR Strategy
BEGINNING IMPROVING SUCCEEDING LEADING
Year One
Standardization
Year Two
Stablization
Year Three
Integration
Year Four
Acc...
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Part/Process Failure Mode
Failure
Effects
Severity
[1 - 10]
Causes
Frequency
[1 - 10]
Controls
Prob of
D...
ProjectCartoon.com
CUSTOMERS
INTERNAL EXTERNAL
Quality Delivery
Cost
Service and
Safety
Corporate
Responsibility
Secondary Objective
Secondary Objective
Y X – Level 1 X – Level 2
Secondary Objective
Primary Objective
Goal
Goal
Goal
Goal
Cost of Ownership
Implementation
Y X – Level 1 X – Level 2
Vendor Relationship
HRIS Replacement
Ease of Integration
Ample ...
The Ten Commandments of Software Implementation
The Ten Commandments of Software Implementation
The Ten Commandments of Software Implementation
The Ten Commandments of Software Implementation
The Ten Commandments of Software Implementation
The Ten Commandments of Software Implementation
The Ten Commandments of Software Implementation
The Ten Commandments of Software Implementation
The Ten Commandments of Software Implementation
The Ten Commandments of Software Implementation
The Ten Commandments of Software Implementation
The Ten Commandments of Software Implementation
The Ten Commandments of Software Implementation
The Ten Commandments of Software Implementation
The Ten Commandments of Software Implementation
The Ten Commandments of Software Implementation
The Ten Commandments of Software Implementation
The Ten Commandments of Software Implementation
The Ten Commandments of Software Implementation
The Ten Commandments of Software Implementation
The Ten Commandments of Software Implementation
The Ten Commandments of Software Implementation
The Ten Commandments of Software Implementation
The Ten Commandments of Software Implementation
The Ten Commandments of Software Implementation
The Ten Commandments of Software Implementation
The Ten Commandments of Software Implementation
The Ten Commandments of Software Implementation
The Ten Commandments of Software Implementation
The Ten Commandments of Software Implementation
The Ten Commandments of Software Implementation
The Ten Commandments of Software Implementation
The Ten Commandments of Software Implementation
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The Ten Commandments of Software Implementation

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Billions of dollars are spent on buying and implementing software each year. This session walks you through the keys to a successful implementation, including simple tools that you can use along the way.

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The Ten Commandments of Software Implementation

  1. 1. R Responsible to perform the task A Accountable for the task being completed C Consulted with prior to the activity being performed I Informed that the task has been completed Step Task R A C I 1 Create Project Charter DJ, JK JK TS, MO 2 Distribute Charter for comments JK JK DJ, TS 3 Schedule approval meeting DJ, JK JK TS 4 Lead approval meeting JK, TS TS 5 Schedule project kickoff session DJ JK TS TS 6 Distribute approved Charter DJ TS JK, MO
  2. 2. Stage Action Catalyzing Leadership’s task of bringing an abstract idea to concrete fruition Encoding The Champion’s task of clearly communicating the need for change Imagining The leader’s words become ideas in the minds of close followers Uniting Once the vision of change becomes clear to a few key people, it quickly becomes visible to others Fitting Organizational leadership is engaged to seek out and address parts of the enterprise that do not align with the vision Gelling Leadership drives the change through all levels of the organization and instilling into the culture Robbins, Harvey and Michael Finley. Why Change Doesn’t Work. New Jersey: Peterson’s, 1996.
  3. 3. Business Strategy HR Strategy
  4. 4. BEGINNING IMPROVING SUCCEEDING LEADING Year One Standardization Year Two Stablization Year Three Integration Year Four Acceleration
  5. 5. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Part/Process Failure Mode Failure Effects Severity [1 - 10] Causes Frequency [1 - 10] Controls Prob of Detection [1 - 10] RPN [1 - 1000] (Sev * Freq * Prob) Integration Lack of Data Loss of Function 9 Incompatible Systems 4 Full Review 9 72 Lack of Data Loss of Function 7 Missing Info 8 Data Owner 9 112 Training Missed EEs Lack of Knowledge 5 New hires 3 New hire report 2 30 Missed EEs Low Adoption 4 Poor communication 5 Testing 5 100 Failed Execution Lack of Knowledge 5 Poor Trainer 1 References 2 10
  6. 6. ProjectCartoon.com
  7. 7. CUSTOMERS INTERNAL EXTERNAL
  8. 8. Quality Delivery Cost Service and Safety Corporate Responsibility
  9. 9. Secondary Objective Secondary Objective Y X – Level 1 X – Level 2 Secondary Objective Primary Objective Goal Goal Goal Goal
  10. 10. Cost of Ownership Implementation Y X – Level 1 X – Level 2 Vendor Relationship HRIS Replacement Ease of Integration Ample Training Robust Functionality Low Complexity

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