More on the topic of change management. What EBG normally is talking about is not the hot and sexy business intelligence, “looking into the future as to how to make more money and owning the world with our products and services” type strategies. Rather enablers of those strategies – enabling organisations to work more efficient, paying less for non-core business processes etc. But too often e-procurement, purchase-to-pay and e-invoicing projects tend to have strategies that percieve to “kill” those enabling factors. Managers do not buy in to that sort of change, they do not help push forward strategies that have been made and the enabling possibilities that lies in the “e” is not realised. Why?
Of course there are no straight forward answer but one is what the atrategy is, what it is percieved to be and how it is pushed forward.
Here is a discussion about how – or if – rapid change is killing strategy.
For the full article go here: Rapid rate of change is killing strategy