ERP Implementation and Technology Governance

Training Type: 
Live Training
Course Status: 
Repeat Offering
Date and Time: 
Jan 9 2018 - 8:30am to 4:30pm  PST
Jan 10 2018 - 8:30am to 4:30pm  PST
Region: 
Pacific
Location: 

Newport Beach, CA (Hyatt Regency Newport Beach)

1107 Jamboree Road
Newport Beach, CA 92660
United States
Level: 
Intermediate
Field of Study: 
Management Services
CPE Credits: 
16
Member Price: 
$580.00
Non-Member Price: 
$790.00
Prerequisite: 

Work for an organization that is planning an ERP implementation or anticipates being involved in an ERP implementation in the future.

Who Will Benefit: 

Government staff in the planning or acquisition stages or preparing to implement an enterprise resource planning (ERP) project.  This class will focus on an overview and best practices in ERP implementation.

Program Description: 

The course will focus on preparing attendees to take part in an ERP implementation project, one of the most invigorating, challenging, and frustrating projects government staff can undertake. Participants will learn the different approaches ERP companies use to install systems. Instructors will break down and examine the ERP implementation process from its pre- to post-implementation phases. Customer and vendor expectations will be emphasized and participants will learn how to balance scope, resources, costs and other constraints, and how to manage schedule and work variation. Participants will also learn about factors for successful implementations, including implementation readiness, communications, training, change management, and post-implementation planning.

Seminar Objectives: 

Those who successfully complete this seminar should be able to:

  • Understand the requirements for effective management of each phase of an ERP ¬†implementation project
  • Understand indicators for risk and need for project plan corrections in each project phase
  • Identify critical success factors for ERP implementations
  • Learn how to use ERP projects as an opportunity to improve process and implement best practices
  • Take advantage of lessons learned with change management
  • Identify how to transition out of the project and maintain a successful system