Milestone Deliverables - ERP Project Management Methodology
2nd Edition, Peter Gross, B.SC. M.ENG
From Project Planning to Cutover
Milestone Deliverables is your hands-on guide to delivering a successful ERP implementation project.
Price: $129 (U.S.), plus shipping and handling
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Includes templates and forms to manage your project
Templates to build your master plan, subsidiary plans, and budgets
Risk management database
Track and prioritize gaps and issues, and monitor mitigation
Data migration plan
Track data sources, validity measures and migration approaches
Map skills, training requirements and program effectiveness
Business process mapping
Systematically map, reengineer and document your company’s business scenarios and processes
Structure your piloting phases to ensure systematic and comprehensive testing
A detailed task list to micro-manage your cutover weekend and assure a successful go-live
About the author: Peter Gross, B.Sc., M.Eng
President, Pemeco Consulting
Peter – a leading implementation expert according to the High Court of New Zealand – has built a worldwide reputation as an authority on delivering successful ERP implementation projects. He has delivered keynote presentations at major multinational conventions, is cited in leading business publications, and has lead seminars around the globe.
Peter’s two greatest gifts are his ability to break down the complex into small targets, and his ability to get people to collaboratively work towards those targets. Peter is Pemeco Consulting’s President and Founder. He has more than 35 years’ experience leading complex enterprise software, company integration, and process reengineering projects. Peter has personally delivered more than 100 major implementation projects, including the successful rescue of several failed projects initially managed by global consulting firms.
In addition to his project management expertise, Peter is an authority on manufacturing business processes, including: MRP II, master production scheduling, capacity requirements planning, logistics, costing, and supply chain management.