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Avoiding Cultural Misunderstandings
Outsourcing is a marriage of two companies. Like marriage, both parties have differences that will affect the growth of the relationship—in this case, the development of the project. A good foundation will spell the difference between the success and failure of the partnership. Learn how differences in the viewpoint of outsourcing clients and the vendors can lead to project failures, and what your company can do about it.

CULTURAL BARRIERS: Avoiding Cultural Misunderstandings Avoiding Cultural Misunderstandings Source: Xoriant Corporation Document Type: White Paper Description: Outsourcing is a marriage of two companies. Like marriage, both parties have differences that will affect the growth of the relationship—in this case, the development of the project. A good foundation will spell the difference between the success and failure of the partnership. Learn how differences in the viewpoint of outsourcing clients and the vendors can lead to
3/3/2010 4:23:00 AM

Enterprise Project Portfolio Management: Cultural Adoption
Many companies recognize the need for project portfolio management (PPM) and implement a solution, but encounter cultural resistance to the initiative. Yet other companies can integrate PPM with virtually no resistance. The difference is the readiness for and acceptance of change in the company. Learn how to avoid the pitfalls, adhere to proven best practices, and realize the benefits and huge return on investment (ROI).

CULTURAL BARRIERS: Enterprise Project Portfolio Management: Cultural Adoption Enterprise Project Portfolio Management: Cultural Adoption Source: JADARA Group Document Type: White Paper Description: Many companies recognize the need for project portfolio management (PPM) and implement a solution, but encounter cultural resistance to the initiative. Yet other companies can integrate PPM with virtually no resistance. The difference is the readiness for and acceptance of change in the company. Learn how to avoid the pitfalls,
4/17/2009 10:58:00 AM

Overcoming the Barriers of Stand-alone Business Applications
Overcoming the Barriers of Stand-alone Business Applications. Templates and Other Package to Use In Your System for Overcoming the Barriers of Stand-alone Business Applications. Small to medium businesses (SMBs) like yours are the lifeblood of the economy. However, you may feel you need an operational boost—one that transforms your enterprise into a customer-focused business with the ability for future growth. An integrated suite of applications can give your business processes the depth and flexibility to achieve what a collection of stand-alone applications cannot.

CULTURAL BARRIERS: Overcoming the Barriers of Stand-alone Business Applications Overcoming the Barriers of Stand-alone Business Applications Source: NetSuite Document Type: White Paper Description: Small to medium businesses (SMBs) like yours are the lifeblood of the economy. However, you may feel you need an operational boost—one that transforms your enterprise into a customer-focused business with the ability for future growth. An integrated suite of applications can give your business processes the depth and
5/18/2007 2:53:00 PM

Expanding the Enterprise: Breaking the Barriers to Collaborative Product Development
Compare your choices concerning collaborative product development and be the success you were meant to be. Free whitepapers. Product development has never been easy, but in today’s global market, the pressures facing industrial manufacturers are even greater. With more stakeholders involved in the product development process, collaboration and communication are key to competitive advantage. Your challenge: bring all the stakeholders in the same room—in real time. Discover how to succeed by increasing innovation and speeding time-to-market.

CULTURAL BARRIERS: time zones, language barriers, cultural differences, and in-county laws and regulations, among other factors. Despite these inherent challenges, many manufacturers see multiple reasons to engage global resources. Some firms are setting up design centers in low-cost areas so as to lower operating costs and increase profit margin. Some are tapping into overseas labor markets because of a shortage of skilled engineering resources in their own geographies. Some are acquiring companies overseas, then integrati
11/13/2009 11:13:00 AM

E-learning and Organizational Culture
The success of an e-learning initiative depends as much on the people and culture of the organization as it does on the technology used. Several corporate cultural factors that affect the success of an e-learning implementation are discussed and illustrated.

CULTURAL BARRIERS: a tool to support cultural change. We can study a corporate culture by observing the way it does things in order to identify its core values and beliefs. Organizations do not always behave the way they say they do. There are also subcultures within organizations that can differ greatly. By knowing the corporate culture, we will be better equipped to work with it, rather than against it. Cultural factors can appear in many places, including the organizational structure, support from the top levels, the
1/18/2006

Epicor Manufacturing Express Edition


CULTURAL BARRIERS: Epicor Manufacturing Express Edition is a comprehensive software system for job shops and small manufacturers that is provided in a software-as-a-service (SaaS) model.

The Financial Close: Optimizing Performance and Driving Financial Excellence
The Financial Close: Optimizing Performance and Driving Financial Excellence. Find Free Proposal and Other Solutions to Define Your Performance In Relation To Financial Excellence. “Financial close” is a company’s ability to complete accounting cycles and produce financial statements for internal management and external legal reporting—and is still a key part of today’s global finance function. Do you know how to overcome the barriers to a fast, high-quality close? Discover solutions that can help you improve your close times and address the challenges of automating and testing internal controls.

CULTURAL BARRIERS: The Financial Close: Optimizing Performance and Driving Financial Excellence The Financial Close: Optimizing Performance and Driving Financial Excellence Source: SAP Document Type: White Paper Description: “Financial close” is a company’s ability to complete accounting cycles and produce financial statements for internal management and external legal reporting—and is still a key part of today’s global finance function. Do you know how to overcome the barriers to a fast, high-quality close?
6/9/2009 2:47:00 PM

JDA FOCUS 2010 Impressions – Part 1 » The TEC Blog
JDA and i2’s apparent cultural mismatch in two aspects. One aspect is the managerial and fiscal discipline, which in JDA’s case has been without reproach, as already noted. In contrast, after reaching its climax some time in 1999/2000, when its stock price equaled that of Google ’s today, i2 has been on a steep downward slope. The company was plagued by financial reporting scandals and the US SEC investigation and settlement in 2004 (its CEO was then sentenced to home custody and wearing an ankle

CULTURAL BARRIERS: i2, i2 technologies, jda, jda focus, jda mms, jda software, jdas, managed services, manugistics, merchandize management, retail, s&op, SCM, scp, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
20-08-2010

ITT’s New “Global Vault” Achieves Vision of a Single Data Source
When it comes to product lifecycle management (PLM), unreachable information is as expensive as excess inventory lying in a warehouse. That’s why ITT Industries, a multibillion-dollar manufacturing enterprise, needed desperately to reach its goal of a single source of data for everyone, everywhere. Unfortunately, the transition would require overcoming serious resistance and cultural issues. Find out how they did it.

CULTURAL BARRIERS: overcoming serious resistance and cultural issues. Find out how they did it. ITT’s New “Global Vault” Achieves Vision of a Single Data Source style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Product Lifecycle Management (PLM),   CAD/CAM System,   Product Data Management (PDM),   Product Data Vaulting and Management Related Industries:   Manufacturing,   Miscellaneous Manufacturing Source: PTC Learn more about PTC Readers who downloaded this case study also read th
10/10/2007 4:07:00 PM

Intentia Prepares for Merger with Lawson
Before merging with Lawson, Intentia already had initiated cost-cutting measures on its products, target markets, and sales channels. This, corporate cultural changes, and an infusion of research money help the

CULTURAL BARRIERS: enterprise resource management, ERP, mid-market, tier two, service oriented architecture, SOA.
10/26/2005

Top 10 Risks to a Configuration Project and How to Avoid Them
Facts you should know about Configuration Project.Download our whitepapers for abosluthly free! Companies producing and selling complex and configured products can achieve a major competitive edge by successfully implementing product configurator software as a core element of a configurability strategy. This can provide a greater range of product variations, using fewer resources. Learn more about how you can gain the intended benefits from implementing a configurability strategy with product configurator software.

CULTURAL BARRIERS: and suppliers; the extensive cultural implications; and the necessity for formal change management methods. Nevertheless, in developing a feasible plan to implement configuration software and processes, there are some significant differences to consider. For instance, ERP / PLM product definition capabilities are limited in their flexibility to create highly configurable product representations for use by customers to create unique products. This is because those systems focus on engineering and
9/18/2008 2:52:00 PM


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