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PLAN AND IMPLEMENT ADMINISTRATIVE SYSTEMS ASSESSMENT 2 - IMPLEMENTATION
P a g e | 1 Assessment 2 Implementation plan for the new system Stakeholders associated with the implementation 1. Identify your company’s stakeholder groups Usually the stakeholders are customers, employees, partners, shareholders, suppliers and society. You must describe who the one you targeted to involve in the implementation. 2. Create a value proposition for each stakeholder group Separate the stakeholders into different sub group so that can create value proposition for them easily. There are three dimensions of value which are financial (price, margin), functional (increase productivity) and emotional (generate trust). 3. Determine what you are seeking from each stakeholder group This value creation for each stakeholder group needs to be balanced by what the business will gain in return such as the value it will extract from the relationship. Methods used and benefits of consulting stakeholders 1. Understanding Engage stakeholders in helping to understand the issues. They can help to think through and understand about the issues. 2. Weighing options Once the ideas had been generated, the stakeholders will help to consider the pros and cons of the ideas in different approaches. 3. Prioritizing Stakeholders can help to prioritize in the areas that focus on to make sure the ideas can be successfully work. 4. Implementing Stakeholders can be the nonprofit organization that you fund to launch a new intervention related to domestic violence. 5. Cheerleading Stakeholders can become champions. If you have engaged them from the beginning and kept them abreast of your progress and decision making, then they’ll buy in to what you are trying to accomplish. Student Name: Student ID:
P a g e | 2 6. Evaluating Stakeholders can be involved in evaluation planning, and they can inform your evaluation team about what’s working and what’s not working from their perspective. Timeframe for implementing the system 1. Research and Discovery Phase During this phase, all business processes should be audited and top managers and HR professionals should decide upon what will need to be done to automate the desired processes. During this phase, a timeline for each subsequent step should be established. 2. Installation Phase The installation phase should not take long, certainly no more than a few days. This phase may require the expertise of a consultant or in-house IT professional, or may require that both work together. Some products may require specific skill sets and knowledge for proper installation, so this should be discussed with the vendor to avoid wasted time. 3. Data Conversion Phase Data conversion can take days or weeks, depending on the ease of data conversion in the new system, the compatibility of old systems with new, and how much data needs to be manually entered. If all information needs to be manually entered, certain employees should be assigned these tasks, while regular tasks are handled by other employees and managers during this time. 4.

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