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We seek to promote, connect, and foster relationships in the ERP organizational change community. The purpose of the podcast is to discuss, share, and reflect upon effective and efficient ways in which to realize ERP organizational change success. We will discuss the people, process, and technology components of ERP organizational change. This podcast is intended as a forum to study, share, and discuss ERP organizational change. It’s intended to be a collaboration tool and resource. We hope that others find this podcast useful as we share lessons learned, best practices, and the human element components of ERP organizational change. Our podcast will draw on knowledge from extensive research, collaborative learning, and practitioner expertise as well as experience of both project successes and failures. The general review and theme of ERP and organizational change practice, literature, and research suggest that understanding and awareness of tactical approaches founded in principle is fundamental to ERP organizational change success. Our podcast will discuss these tactics, approaches, and principles that may prove to be useful in addressing ERP organizational change challenges and risks.

The ERP Organizational Change Journal Dr. Jack G. Nestell and Jonathan Donald

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We seek to promote, connect, and foster relationships in the ERP organizational change community. The purpose of the podcast is to discuss, share, and reflect upon effective and efficient ways in which to realize ERP organizational change success. We will discuss the people, process, and technology components of ERP organizational change. This podcast is intended as a forum to study, share, and discuss ERP organizational change. It’s intended to be a collaboration tool and resource. We hope that others find this podcast useful as we share lessons learned, best practices, and the human element components of ERP organizational change. Our podcast will draw on knowledge from extensive research, collaborative learning, and practitioner expertise as well as experience of both project successes and failures. The general review and theme of ERP and organizational change practice, literature, and research suggest that understanding and awareness of tactical approaches founded in principle is fundamental to ERP organizational change success. Our podcast will discuss these tactics, approaches, and principles that may prove to be useful in addressing ERP organizational change challenges and risks.

    The Role of Business Intelligence in Supporting Supply Chain Management

    The Role of Business Intelligence in Supporting Supply Chain Management

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    The Role of Business Intelligence in Supporting Supply Chain Management















    In this episode we will discuss the role of business intelligence and analytics in supporting supply chain management with Dr. David Olson. We will examine and discuss “Decision Support Models”, “data mining”, “information systems project management”, and  “risk management”.






    by Dr. Jack G. Nestell | The ERP Organizational Change Journal Podcast

    https://episodes.castos.com/5fc108e0462768-18027408/Episode-8-Dr-Olson.mp3




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    Host – Dr. Jack G. Nestell
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    Dr. David Olson
    James & H.K. Stuart Professor Chancellor’s Distinguished Chair and professor of Supply Chain Management and Analytics at University of Nebraska.
    Dr. Olson’s areas of expertise include decision making, simulation, quantitative analysis, data mining, supply chain, and Management of Information Systems. Some of his recognitions include “Best Enterprise Information Systems Educator, The IFIP TC8 International Conference on Research and Practical Issues of Enterprise Information Systems 2006” and “ Risk Management Paper of Year 2010 – Journal of Human and Ecological Risk Management 2010”.



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    Often in the context of ERP system discussions as well as discussions around ERP organizational change one often hears words such as “Decision Support Models”, “Data Mining”, and “Information Systems Project Management”, and “Risk management”. 
    We are fortunate to be able to discuss these important topics with an expert in these areas. 
    In this episode, we will discuss each of these areas:

    How do you define each of these?
    What are their values?
    What is the latest in terms of research and application? 
    Where are each of these fields of study heading and what does it mean to your business?

    Well, we’ll ask our guest!



















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    Episode 8: The Role of Business Intelligence in Supporting Supply Chain Management

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    Episode 7: A Business Intelligence Game Changer: Radio-frequency identification

    by Nestell & Associates | Jan 13, 2021 | Episode 7 A Business Intelligence Game Changer: Radio-frequency identification In this episode, with Mr. Gary Moskovciak we will discuss the value of RFID as a technological tool in which to provide a competitive advantage through improved business intelligence, but...






    Episode 6: ERP Organizational Change Success Factors

    by Nestell & Associates | Jan 8, 2021 | Episode 6 ERP Organizational Change Success FactorsThis episode we will explore Dr. Justin Goldston’s research and examination of ERP critical suc

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    A Business Intelligence Game Changer: Radio-frequency identification

    A Business Intelligence Game Changer: Radio-frequency identification

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    A Business Intelligence Game Changer: Radio-frequency identification















    In this episode, with Mr. Gary Moskovciak we will discuss the value of RFID as a technological tool in which to provide a competitive advantage through improved business intelligence, but we will also discuss the people and processes required to implement the RFID technology.





    A Business Intelligence Game Changer: Radio-frequency identification
    by Dr. Jack G. Nestell | The ERP Organizational Change Journal Podcast
    https://episodes.castos.com/5fc108e0462768-18027408/Episode-7-Gary-Moskovciak.mp3




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    Mr. Gary Moskovciak
    Mr. Moskovciak is SML Group’s Senior Vice President of the Americas
    Mr. Moskovciak is a Senior Executive with a proven track record of success with global business development and management. A unique combination of strategic development and execution supported by a strong background in finance, business development, operations and sales. Well-rounded, hands-on executive that leads by example and drives results across functional global and domestic teams. Known for emphasizing staff and resource accountability, leading change, team alignment, cost savings through functional consolidation and leveraging existing infrastructure coupled with a focused strategic commercial strategy. Strong competency in business turnaround with sustained growth and expansion based on nearly 20 years in various executive positions.
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    This episode will describe RFID, the business value of RFID, and RFID adaption. We will discuss how RFID helps improve business processes, promotes customer quality and delivery, and how RFID saves companies money. Mr. Moskovciak will provide insight on how RFID solutions are designed to improve business intelligence, reporting, and promote operational visibility to known, or unknown, issues. Additionally, Mr. Moskovciak will walk us through the keys of the deployment as RFID can often present a challenge and highly disruptive as it often requires a change in business process, or maybe in business modeling.



















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    Episode 8: The Role of Business Intelligence in Supporting Supply Chain Management

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    Episode 7: A Business Intelligence Game Changer: Radio-frequency identification

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    ERP Organizational Change Success Factors

    ERP Organizational Change Success Factors

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    ERP Organizational Change Success Factors















    This episode we will explore Dr. Justin Goldston’s research and examination of ERP critical success factors. This episode will also explore “transformational Leadership”, the triad of ERP organizational change, and applying research to practice.





    ERP Organizational Change Success Factors
    by Dr. Jack G. Nestell | The ERP Organizational Change Journal Podcast
    https://episodes.castos.com/5fc108e0462768-18027408/Episode-6-Dr-Goldston.mp3




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    Dr. Justin Goldston
    ERP Organizational Change Expert, Professor, Author, and TEDx speaker. Executive Board Member.
    Dr. Goldston is an ERP organizational change expert, professor, author, and TEDx speaker. Dr. Goldston is also a certified professional who has developed and executed a comprehensive supply chain strategic plan, resulting in optimal customer satisfaction and profitability for clients around the world. Experienced in consulting, planning, and leadership roles while also being knowledgeable of all aspects associated with Supply Chain Management, Agile Project Management, ERP Implementations, and business functions that are associated with relevant technologies.
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    “Critical Success Factors in Enterprise Resource Planning Implementation in US Manufacturing”
    By Dr Justin Goldston
     
     

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    While applied research is critical to any field, in the ERP organizational change field, there is a gap between research and practice. While Dr. Goldston is incredibly knowledgeable in supply chain and emerging technologies as well, today we would like to discuss his research and book “Critical Success Factors in Enterprise Resource Planning Implementation in US Manufacturing”.  
    We will discuss ERP, its value to organizations, and the challenges of successful ERP assimilation. We will examine Dr. Goldston’s work further and explore the “level of consensus among ERP manufacturing consultants as to the desirability and feasibility of critical success factors for ERP implementations”. In his work, informed by literature review, he examined 22 specific critical success factors. We will further discuss these success factors for our listeners. Dr. Goldston will describe the top four success factors based on his work. 



















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    The Benefit of Industry Specific ERP Platforms and Emerging Technologies in ERP

    The Benefit of Industry Specific ERP Platforms and Emerging Technologies in ERP

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    The Benefit of Industry Specific ERP Platforms and Emerging Technologies in ERP















    We will discuss with Paul Magel the pros and value of industry-specific ERP platforms as well as where ERP is heading in terms of emerging technologies and technological advancements in software development.





    Industry Specific ERP & Emerging Technologies
    by Dr. Jack G. Nestell | The ERP Organizational Change Journal Podcast
    https://episodes.castos.com/5fc108e0462768-18027408/Episode-5-Paul-Magel-R.mp3




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    Paul Magel
    Paul Magel, president, Business Applications and Technology Outsourcing division, CGS
    Paul Magel, who leads the Business Application solutions division at CGS, oversees the company’s flagship BlueCherry® Enterprise Suite of solutions for fashion, apparel and consumer lifestyle products. Leading the division for more than 20 years, the BlueCherry solution has grown from a single order-to-cash system to a complete end-to-end supply chain solution, encompassing ERP, PLM, planning, manufacturing, logistics, B2B eCommerce, shop floor control, warehousing and collaborative supply chain management. Paul has also served for over 10 years on the International Trade and Marketing (ITM) Advisory Board of the Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT), SUNY. He serves on the board of Retailers United, founded to help small and medium wholesalers and retailers navigate through the pandemic, providing such support as financial sponsorships, services and mentorships.






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    In this episode, we will discuss industry-specific platforms and future state ERP platforms. We discuss with Paul two main points. First, we will examine some key points in which to consider during ERP selection and the role and value of industry-specific platforms. Second, we will examine the role of emerging technologies in future state ERP systems. ERP platforms are at an exciting point in terms of implementing and integrating emerging technologies into their products. As anyone in the ERP organizational change business will tell you, attention needs to be placed on all aspects of the ERP organizational change triad of people, process, and technology. While the ”people” and “process” part of that triad will always be critical, emerging technologies and the technological advancement of software development will certainly have a significant role to play in ERP organizational change success. How? Well, let’s ask our guest.



















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    Achieve Organizational Culture Change Success

    Achieve Organizational Culture Change Success

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    Achieve Organizational Culture Change Success















    In this episode, we will discuss how effective change happens. As Dr. Daniel Denison states, “Change happens when an organization aligns around a mission, establishes clear priorities, and offers concrete steps toward achieving them.”






    by Dr. Jack G. Nestell | The ERP Organizational Change Journal Podcast
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    Dr. Daniel Denison
    Chairman, Denison Consulting, LLC
    My work on transforming organisational cultures has been the foundation of my professional career, as a teacher, researcher, and consultant. Our consulting firm, Denison Consulting, is a global leader in this area 
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    We will discuss Dr. Denison’s contributions to the understanding of organizational culture and its relationship to bottom-line business success. We will also discuss The Denison Model of Organizational Culture; the basis for one of the industry’s leading organizational culture assessment tools. We will further explore how research has shown a strong relationship between organizational culture and business performance metrics such as profitability, growth, customer satisfaction, and innovation. This episode will examine organizational culture, organizational culture and its relationship to strategy, leadership development, trust, and organization-related influences.



















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    Episode 6: ERP Organizational Change Success Factors

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    The Transformative Leader

    The Transformative Leader

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    In this episode, we will discuss leadership growth and development With Ron J. West. In addition, we will discuss the value of applying sound principles based on the latest thinking in Adult Development Theory (also known as Advanced or Vertical Leadership Development.






    by Dr. Jack G. Nestell | The ERP Organizational Change Journal Podcast
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    Ron J. West
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    In-person or remote leadership development facilitator, executive coach & speaker
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    Ron discusses in his book “ Corporate Caterpillars: How to Grow Wings” an interesting statement,  “The same boundless energy experienced by a team with a shared purpose comes from alignment between different ways of being-physical, psychological, intellectual, emotional, and spiritual…..It is alignment that alleviates the struggles that seem to plague everything that we do.”  Powerful statement that cuts to a profound understanding of leadership. This is the topic of this episode. We will discuss the notion of committing to transformation,  leadership growth, being “unconsciously incompetent”, setting goals, and organizational change resistance.
     
     



















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