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IT initiatives driven within silos, where each department maintain its own project management office, inhibits the overall cohesiveness and effectiveness of corporate strategy. This document outlines best practices to centralize and deliver a scalable and robust project management framework strategy.

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Standardizing on One ERP System in a Multi-division Enterprise


In an enterprise with multiple operating divisions, should the enterprise standardize on a single set of software? Recent broadening of major ERP products’ scope and the advent of Web-based product architecture may tempt corporations to consider deploying this concept. Although the enterprise can generate many benefits from standardization, they may also create other issues that often result in disruptions.

compliance strategy division  that meets local regulatory compliance in every country the enterprise has a presence. They may often have to resort to using an alternative locally more apt vendor for certain organizations. If the integration requirement is not operational but financial or managerial, this does not mean that the units need the same ERP system. Nevertheless, this remains a common myth and often the wrong rationalization for ERP standardization. The financial integration needs can be met by the consolidation functions Read More

Invensys Production Solutions - Can Historic Strengths And The 'Protean Boost' Overcome Its Liabilities? Part Two: Liabilities, Strategy, and User Recommendations


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Road Map to Developing a Successful Tax Policy: Nine Critical Components


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Mid-Market Strategy: International Enterprise Solutions


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Digitize Your Product Strategy


Unfortunately, the portfolio management processes that experts have advocated for years—and that many organizations have implemented—often take the form of semi-annual or even annual meetings. However, this often raises balance or alignment issues only after millions of dollars have been spent. What’s needed is real-time information that can be used to conduct continuous, automated assessment of portfolio status.

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Striking a Balance between Governance, Risk, and Compliance


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Governance, Risk, and Compliance for Life Sciences Companies: Institutionalize Compliance to Reduce Costs and Increase Productivity


Issues of governance, risk, and compliance (GRC) affect nearly everything life sciences companies do. But you shouldn’t approach GRC in an ad hoc manner—implementing point solutions one after another in response to regulatory demands as they arise. This is inefficient and costly—and may result in non-compliance, due to lack of transparency. Learn how an enterprise-wide GRC approach to compliance management can help.

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Breakthrough Performance Management: Tying Performance Metrics to Business Strategy


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