ERP Unraveled: Why Your Business Might Suffer From Inadequate Planning

ERP Unraveled: Why Your Business Might Suffer From Inadequate Planning

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chiefstaff

TIME TO READ

minutes 

UPDATED ON

January 8, 2019

To combat the symptoms of departmental silos many organizations implement a very rigid Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system. This helps run their internal processes and coordinates inter-departmental communication. By their nature, these systems are very formulaic and prescriptive with a one-size fits all approach to planning. Now a different bunch of problems start surfacing as a result.  If you’ve ever wondered why you see so much chaos, anxiety, blame game, and other such dysfunctional behaviors in businesses, this is the key reason.

The Effects of ERP
The Effects of ERP

In my newest book, Unchain Your Corporation, I explore the reasons for this perceived chaos in greater detail.  Feel free to visit unchainyourcorporation.com for more information.


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  • Enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems are used by organizations looking to manage their business functions within a centralized and integrated system. ERP is commonly used by companies working within the supply chain to help keep track of all the moving parts of manufacturing and distribution. However, ERP can be utilized by a number of different industries including those in healthcare, nonprofit groups, construction and hospitality. Organization needing to manage their staff, departmental silos, customers and inventory can all rely on ERP benefits.

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  • Enterprise resource planning (ERP) tools are great to have if you aim to improve business performance while simplifying your operations. With these at your disposal, you can consolidate all your company’s information in one database and manage a variety of day-to-day tasks without relying on multiple software solutions. Enterprise Resource Planning or ERP software solutions have been around for ages. With its prevalence on the market, there is a good chance that you have an idea of what it can do for your business. But do you know exactly how significant having one is for your business?

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