Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Projects: What You Need to Know
|Early - Feb 08||Regular - Mar 01||Late - Mar 22|
Is your organization considering investing in an integrated business system solution? Research shows that more than 75% of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) projects fail, underscoring the need for proper planning. This one-day symposium is an immersion in all things ERP, the management tool that integrates information across all operational areas—such as finance, HR, procurement, and contracts management—into a single system. You will hear directly from InsideNGO members on the pros and cons of their own ERP choices, how they overcame specific challenges, and how change management is integral to ERP success.
Who Should Attend
This event is a “must-attend” for those tasked with assessing organizational readiness, including:
- Staff involved in selecting and implementing an ERP system
- Senior leaders and others in executive management positions
Topics to be Discussed
Our panel of technical experts will lead discussions on:
- How to assess your readiness and prepare for an ERP project
- Key steps in selecting and purchasing a system
- Best practices in implementation and staff training
- Budgeting and cost allocations
The Inside NGO Advantage
For 40 years, InsideNGO has been "inside" the NGO community, supporting organizations as they address the world's most pressing social issues. Our learning and convening activities are designed to help you and your organization build capacity, strengthen decision-making, develop more efficient systems, and identify effective solutions to important challenges. Our training programs are modeled on the best practices in adult learning. In today's complex operating environment, learning has never been more important, and we take great pride in being your partner in professional and organizational development.
1602 L Street, NW
Washington, DC 20036
The nearest Metro stops to the workshop are Farragut North on the Red Line and Farragut West on the Orange, Blue, and Silver lines. Click here for a map of the DC metro system.
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