Making a Work Change at Your Organization

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Manufacturing and distribution companies are experiencing an unprecedented pace of change in an extremely competitive environment. Customers are seeking customized, made-to-order products. Increased globalization is impacting the supply chain. Industry 4.0, the confluence of machine learning, Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the industrial Internet of Things (IoT), is introducing automation and data exchange to allow interconnection, information transparency, technical assistance, and decentralized decisions. Although Industry 4.0 is vital to the evolution of manufacturing and distribution companies, many organizational challenges exist in implementation.

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White Papers

Technology To Improve Standardization

The Value of An Integrative Approach to ERP and EHR Amid Merger & Acquisition Activity Merger and acquisition transactions for hospitals and health systems have reached a record high over the last several years. Taking an integrative approach to EHR...

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Case Studies

Riverside Implements Global Human Resources

Riverside Healthcare is a non-profit, integrated health system providing comprehensive, high quality health care services to citizens of northeastern Illinois. Read the case study to learn how Riverside replaced its legacy technology, eliminated manual processes and keeps resources focused on...

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WEBINARS

Strengthening Organizational Resilience

This session, led by Mark Dillard, a director in Avaap’s Organizational Change Management practice, reviews the key factors that impact organizational resilience, an approach for assessing change fatigue and resilience, and the roadmap for taking focused action to strengthen resilience...

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Manufacturing and distribution companies are experiencing an unprecedented pace of change in an extremely competitive environment. Customers are seeking customized, made-to-order products. Increased globalization is impacting the supply chain. Industry 4.0, the confluence of machine learning, Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the industrial Internet of Things (IoT), is introducing automation and data exchange to allow interconnection, information transparency, technical assistance, and decentralized decisions. Although Industry 4.0 is vital to the evolution of manufacturing and distribution companies, many organizational challenges exist in implementation.