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Every CIO has a choice when it comes to a new implementation: Assess the resistance a project is likely to face and plan organization change management accordingly, or roll the dice. The first option is more difficult up front because it’s not easy to think through the ways a positive change could be resisted, however we’ve found it also gives CIOs an equal seat at the leadership table. The second option is easier initially at kick-off, but at go-live, the problems quickly mount at the doorstep of IT. Learn more about our “Six Important Change Readiness Questions for the CIO” in this article and take our FREE OCM Requirements Evaluation.
Most organizations begin by either cutting costs or spending more on additional technology.
Yet both typically fail because they ignore what leading supply chains have in common, the alignment of people, process and technology.
The Supply Chain RVA™ is a three to six-week, process-driven assessment performed by AXIA Supply Chain Professionals to 1) Review and rank your supply chain against leading practices 2) Identify specific improvements to create immediate and long-term value and 3) Design a custom roadmap to start realizing bottom-line results within 12 weeks.Learn More Here