An introduction blog series to why SAP®; PM Software Implementations fail and how to avoid failure
In the previous blog in this series, we touched on some of the reasons why EAM / CMMS / SAP PM implementations fail. By thoroughly understanding the principles that should be in place, most of the root causes of an implementation failure can be avoided.
Implementing a CMMS or EAM system within an organization is never a small task. It is a mountain of work to prepare the organization for the change, and even more work to set the system up and get everyone trained. Having the correct principles at heart will increase the chances of a successful implementation. Price Pritchett said the following: “We need timeless principles to steer by in running our organizations and building our personal careers. We need high standards . . . the ethics of excellence.”
The focus is to create a successful and predictable outcome; a business-driven system implementation. Let’s take a look at the principles that I believe are important to ensure success:
Having the correct principles at heart will support a successful implementation.
Thank you for reading! Remember, the use of Timeless Principles sets the stage for a successful implementation.
A Maintenance & Reliability Perspective by Quadro Solutions, authored by Daniel Van Wyk