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Unformatted text preview: 9. Waiting for ROI—One of the most misleading legacies of traditional software project
management is that the company expects to gain value from the application as soon as it
is installed, while the project team expects a break and maybe a pat on the back. Neither
expectation applies to ERP. Most of the systems don’t reveal their value until after
companies have had them running for some time and can concentrate on making
improvements in the business processes that are affected by the system. And the project
team is not going to be rewarded until their efforts pay off. ...
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- Fall '08