With over 30 years of experience working in research and development for a variety of companies and industries, Ted Farrington has seen his fair share of global information technology (IT) system implementations.
He's observed these projects from all angles; And the success rates varied – from failures, to unrealized potential, to sustained successes that added value for many years.
Over time, he noticed a pattern emerging behind some of the most common mistakes being made during the implementation of large global IT systems. Being mindful of these challenges and their solutions will greatly increase the chances of your next project becoming a sustainable success.
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