Supply Chain Transformation Program Failure Risks is a list of common things that can go wrong in a major SCM systems implementation. Research has established that most major transformation programs either fail or underperform. A Supply Chain Transformation program is no exception from the failure risk. This CIOPages.com deliverable identifies and elaborates the factors that might impact a Supply Chain Transformation program adversely, and provides ideas on how to mitigate such risks.
What do I get?
- Supply Chain Transformation Program Failure Risks is a PowerPoint presentation with 12 pages of information rich content
- Supply Chain Transformation Program Failure Risks deliverable consists of an overview and outlines a dozen significant failure risks that affect an SCM transformation program.
What does it not include?
- This deliverable is not a risk management plan. (There is a separate CIOPages.com deliverable addressing RAID – (Risks, Assumptions, Issues, Dependencies.)
- As the Supply Chain Transformation Program Failure Risks is a digital product, there are absolutely NO Returns.
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How is Supply Chain Transformation Program Failure Risks deliverable useful to us?
Given most significant transformation projects fail or underperform, knowing the highest impact risk factors and mitigation ideas will help you lower the possibility of failure in a Supply Chain Transformation program and consequently increase the odds of success.
A handy list with concise and coherent content helps reduce the time and effort it will take to identify the failure factors from scratch. Instead, you can work on how to minimize and mitigate such failure factors.
But, our Company is Unique – will it fit us?
Each company may be different, but at the end, Supply Chain is a strategic support function and impacts critical middle and back office operations. So, much of the content will be useful to most firms, while the degree of emphasis and applicability may vary.
The CIOPages Supply Chain Transformation Program Failure Risks deliverable will be a starting point to identify the failure factors and then based on what is relevant and applicable to your situation, craft a plan to minimize and mitigate those failure factors.