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Monthly Event: Women in ERP
The Women In ERP initiative aims to bring together, educate, and empower women involved with ERP transformations. The main theme of this series is to highlight the contributions of women, create social awareness to enhance women’s representations in ERP teams, and highlight their stories and challenges in voicing their opinions with ERP transformation initiatives.
Our Women in ERP show happens monthly as a LinkedIn Live event. Register here and you will receive an email with instructions on how to join us for the event on LinkedIn.
Current Schedule of Shows:
-October 3, 2023 at 12pm CDT
-November 7, 2023 at 12pm CDT
-December 5, 2023 at 12pm CDT
In this monthly show, we’ll talk about:
- Stories from women in ERP teams and how they’ve risen to different challenges
- Experiences from women who work in supply chain, including highlights and challenges
- The accomplishments and contributions of amazing women in ERP
ERP experts Sarah and Beatrice discuss strategies and best practices for successful ERP implementations. They emphasize the importance of involving subject matter experts, effective change management, and measuring outcomes to ensure a smooth transition. They also delve into post-implementation considerations, highlighting the significance of fully utilizing ERP capabilities.
Doing work in the ERP space ain't easy. With so many moving parts and complex dynamics, it takes skill, strategy, and a whole lot of perseverance to succeed. But fear not! We have gathered a panel of experts who have weathered the storm and come out stronger on the other side. In this episode of Women in ERP, Kristina Harrington is joined by Michele Thompson, Jennifer Triftshauser and Lindsey Walker.
Today's episode of Women in ERP, we're discussing various aspects of the ERP space, with a focus on ERP upgrades, implementing bolt-on solutions, and integrating niche 3rd party solutions with Amber Fourman and Jeanne Chacon. The speakers highlighted the challenges of dealing with bad data, emphasizing its significant impact on forecasting and procurement decisions.
Doing work in the ERP space is never easy. There's lots of opinions and personalities. We're talking change management, customization requests, and winning over internal stakeholders this month on Women in ERP with Wendy B., Beth Schlitt and Lauren Polasek. This panel of experts share their learnings, trainwreck stories about bad data, and advice about integrations with 3rd party solutions.
This month, Women in ERP gather together to delve into the challenges and triumphs of working in the ERP space. From dealing with diverse opinions and personalities to navigating change management and winning over internal stakeholders, our impressive panel of experts ( Michelle Rydman, Rebeca Hernandez, and Nicole Suess) are ready provide valuable insights and discussions.
Working in the ERP space requires a bit of mind reading and magic and a TON of patience. Training, training and more training. Customization requests. Bad data. Like really, really bad data. This bad data screws up forecasting. And causes buyers to buy too little or too much. Then there's the supplier collaboration. Laura Bradbury, Stephanie Shrader, and Kim Moeller join our Women In ERP show.
Working in the ERP space ain't easy. Lots of change management. Winning over internal stakeholders. Customization requests. Integrations with niche 3rd party solutions. Bad data. Like really, really bad data. This bad data screws up forecasting. And causes buyers to buy too little or too much. Then there's the supplier collaboration. Vicky, Ewere and Victoria are here to share their ERP learnings.
Boss ladies coming in hot to share their learnings after spending years working with ERPs, ERP selection, change management, implementations, add on solutions, getting the most out of your ERP and more. Kristina Harrington, the new CEO of GenAlpha Technologies, takes on the moderator reins for this show. Join panelitas, Lori Anderson and Marina Williams as these women talk ERP!
Our Women In ERP show is back for another year. Comin’ in HOT today. Featuring badass ladies in ERP. An insightful convo with women who are making thangs happen. Jacqueline Kuhn, Kristina Harrington and Ritu Jauher share their ERP experiences. The good, the bad and the really crazy CRAZY stuff. Change management. Bad data. Can be a real head spinner.
Mighty ladies in supply chain got together for this insightful Women in ERP conversation. Dany Capodieci, Rachel Hoffman, Dyci Manns Sfregola, and Alicia Gilpin (Ali G) share experiences of years and years of working with ERPs. Change management is tough. So is selecting the right ERP. And implementing it. Then there's trying to get the most out of your ERP. What about all of the bolt on ERP solutions?!
BADASS ladies in ERP are joined by Host Kris Harrington, GenAlpha Technologies, in this month's episode. Today's panelists, Katelynn Hosni, Carly van de Pol, Jill Wiggins and Andrea Brown share their experiences and engage in insightful conversation. Change management is tough. So is selecting the right ERP. And implementing it. Then there's trying to get the most out of your ERP.
Sarah Scudder interviews three Badass ladies in this episode. They are total pros with amazing and crazy stories to tell. We're talking all about ERP implementation this week! Kim Berger, Jennifer White and Katie Farrand share their wisdom and help peeps involved with ERPs. They share the wins, failures, successes, heartbreaks, projects gone wrong and BIG wins. They share the reality that we must plan and prepare for.
In this month’s Women in ERP episode, Kris Harrington of GenAlpha Technologies in joined by a panel of incredible women in the ERP space. Angel Thurman, Clair Mann, Amanda Clossey and Anna Barlas join the panel to discuss how they got into the ERP space, how to navigate the choosing and onboarding process of a new system, and they even share their greatest challenges.
Lots of discussion this month on Women in ERP. You won't want to miss this conversations all about change management, user adoption challenge, implementation debacles, and the trending topic of staffing the right people. It's not all bad there's automation, efficiency, and streamlining processes that free up time. Aimee Hiskett, Katie Parris, Pam Hamingson and Maryben Omollo join us to talk it out.
This group of women are total pros with amazing stories to tell. Patricia Bennett, Erin Carroll, Kayley Bell and Annabel Briquet share their wisdom and help peeps involved with ERPs. They discuss everything from the craziness, the wins, failures, successes, heartbreaks, projects gone wrong, and the BIG wins.
This month's Women in ERP show features a panel of total pros in the industry. These ladies have amazing stories to tell and they lay it all out on the tabel: the craziness, the wins, failure, successes. They share their wisdom involved with ERPs, their career journeys and guidance and insights into the key elements of a successful ERP implementation.
Kristina Harrington (GenAlpha Technologies) hosts a panel of badass ladies with amazing stories to tell. She interviews Anna McGovern, Brandy Moore, Michele Thompson and Shannon Mullins. These women are total pros. They share their wisdom and career journeys, the craziness, wins, failures, successes, and everything ERP
This week, GenAlpha Technologies' Kristina Harrington interviews four ladies who are total pros in the ERP space. She's joined by Juliette Samson, Nikki Gonzales, Cheri Baker and Lori McDonald. They share their wisdom, amazing stories, and the lessons they have learned from their experience in the ERP space.
Joined with host, Sarah Scudder (CMO of SourceDay) is Dawn Fludder, Sneha Kumari, Peyton Cork and Lacey Hill. They shared their wisdom, stories, confessions and examples of lessons learned. Lots of discussion around change management, how to select the right ERP and how to optimize your ERP once it's running.
Melissa Drew, Renata Pataki, Lisa Anderson and Jennifer Mesiano share the good, the bad, roadblocks and lessons learned from implementing ERP solutions. They cover everything from ERP selection, to implementation, change management, integrations, how to overcome the objections, the naysayers and switching ERP systems.
Jessica Gadbois (Practice Director, Acumatica), Anya Ciecierski (Founder, ERP Software Blog) and Laurie McCabe (Cofounder & Partner, SMB Group) share lessons learned, evaluating the best ERP system for your company, and assessing vendor trustworthiness.
Our Women In ERP initiative aims to bring together, educate, and empower women involved with ERP transformations. Jill Button, Dyci Manns Sfregola, Jennifer Harris and Joselina Peralta share the good, the bad, roadblocks and lessons learned from implementing ERP solutions.