Publisher: Wiley, 2001, 372 pages
Keywords: Enterprise Resource Planning
Follow the "Proven Path" to successful implementation of Enterprise Resource Planning.
Effective forecasting, planning, and scheduling is fundamental to productivity — and ERP is a fundamental way to achieve it. Properly implementing ERP will give you a competitive advantage and help you run your business more effectively, efficiently, and responsively. This guide is structured to support all the people involved in ERP implementation — from the CEO and others in the executive suite to the people doing the detailed implementation work in sales, marketing, manufacturing, purchasing, logistics, finance, and elsewhere.
This book is not primarily about computers and software. Rather, its focus is on people — and how to provide them with superior decision-making processes for customer order fulfillment, supply chain management, financial planning, e-commerce, asset management, and more. This comprehensive guide can be used as a selective reference for those, like top management, who need only specific pieces of information, or as a virtual checklist for those who can use detailed guidance every shep of the way.
At long last, an ERP book that doesn't get into SAP R/3 (or other software), but concentrates on the business processes neccesary to make it work and how to handle the people that will be affected.
This is what should be read after reading the Concepts book.