Making a Work Change at Your Institution

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Change is a simple process that replaces the old with something new. As simple as change is to define, it is extremely difficult to execute. This is because change occurs within the construct of an established ecosystem that is rooted in how the brain questions and challenges new ideas. Humanity’s evolutionary success has been based on balancing the need for change with prosperity of stability. Yet people are reluctant to leave what they know behind, and with good reason. Our ancestors’ survival was based on the ability to procure food and shelter. Long term endurance often meant developing survival skills, changing habitats, and living off the land.

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A Fresh Perspective on ERP System Selection (PDF)

This presentation walks through some fundamental mindset changes to next generation software selection. Learn the essential activities for selecting the right ERP solution including organizational alignment, RFP creation, vendor analysis, business case development, contract negotiations, and pre-implementation.  View the on-demand session...

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WEBINARS

Change Leadership: Chat with Chad Luxenburg

Join Avaap Vice President Dr. Shannan Simms for a candid conversation about learning agility and leadership development with Chad Luxenburg, CEO of scitrain, a global leader in leadership and organizational development. scitrain’s approach to leadership development is focused on helping...

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The Complete Guide to ACA Setup and Configuration

Join Avaap’s Beth Tiziani for a deep dive into setup and configuration for the Affordable Care Act (ACA) inside Infor Benefits Administration. Become an ACA expert and ensure your organization is compliant with changing regulations.

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Change is a simple process that replaces the old with something new. As simple as change is to define, it is extremely difficult to execute. This is because change occurs within the construct of an established ecosystem that is rooted in how the brain questions and challenges new ideas. Humanity’s evolutionary success has been based on balancing the need for change with prosperity of stability. Yet people are reluctant to leave what they know behind, and with good reason. Our ancestors’ survival was based on the ability to procure food and shelter. Long term endurance often meant developing survival skills, changing habitats, and living off the land.