Blog Series: Managing Grid Modernization Programs (Part 4)

Blog Series: Managing Grid Modernization Programs (Part 4)

The Drive to Completion As we discussed in our previous blog, a common element across any successful grid modernization effort is the careful and deliberate approach to forming teams by identifying “the right people, in the right seats on the bus.” Grid modernization is certainly not a sprint, and is a long journey that requires the right team with a common understanding of the program scope...

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Blog Series: Managing Grid Modernization Programs (Part 2)

Blog Series: Managing Grid Modernization Programs (Part 2)

The “Iron Triangle”, Redefined In our first post, we introduced the unique challenge utilities face when balancing the need to deliver reliable service while making strategic investments to modernize infrastructure and systems to improve operations — all the while enhancing the overall customer experience. We also introduced the framework that has proven highly effective for...

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The Role of the PMO in M&A Transitions

The Role of the PMO in M&A Transitions

In a previous post, I outlined key considerations merging companies should consider when preparing for a successful Day 1. One of the most important aspects of readiness planning is establishing a Project Management Office (PMO).  All teams contributing to the transition should report to the PMO. In this post, I’ll discuss the PMO’s role in Day 1 readiness.…

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ERP Business Consultants: Excessive Overhead or Valuable Assets?

ERP Business Consultants: Excessive Overhead or Valuable Assets?

Successful ERP implementations are rarely highlighted. Poorly run implementations, on the other hand, produce spectacular failures and financial nightmares. With a myriad of pitfalls and complexity in ERP implementations, it takes more than just a strong understanding of everyday business or the latest technology to make an implementation successful. It takes a full team of dedicated...

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Avoiding IT Overload: The Top Ten Things Banks Can Do

In the last two to three years, technological advances coupled with customer demand for new ways to bank have empowered financial institutions to take on many new technology projects.  The lack of investment during the recession coupled with the beginnings of an economic recovery have permitted banks’ technology budgets to grow and have even allowed many banks to take on major transformational...

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