Tag Archives: Implementation

Success is in the eye of the beholder

When are you done with an implementation? In a perfect waterfall (design/build/test/implement/use) situation, the goals for success are defined and agreed upon by all the stakeholders at the beginning of the process. However, many, if not most new systems do not follow the waterfall method. More often, the definitions of success are not and cannot […]

Implementation Fatigue

The main danger that a company faces in implementing a new system of any sort is not budget overruns or schedule delays, or even a poor end product. Rather, it is that the intended users of the system do not actually become users. Though there are many causes of this disconnect, one theme that runs […]