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Business Transformation Management Methodology by [Uhl, Axel, Lars Alexander Gollenia]
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'Business transformation is a complex endeavor and a continuous challenge for many organizations nowadays. Therefore, it is important to have a holistic and applicable methodology that successfully guides decision makers through transformation initiatives. This is exactly what this handbook provides.' ----- Nicolas Steib, Global Head of Services Delivery at SAP

'The Business Transformation Academy (BTA) is a great initiative that brings together the business challenges of many companies and the work of the Academic world on Business Transformation. Vodafone - as BTA member - believes the BTM2 methodology will be a valuable instrument that helps to understand the complexity of Business Transformation and provides best practices insights cross industries.' ----- Frits Wiegel, Head of Global Process Governance at Vodafone

'Achieving successful transformation requires that strategy, marketing, enterprise modeling, HR, business processing, IT... share the same global approach and the same language. This requires a new discipline which will merge specialized practices into a single consistent set of simplified practices. This handbook will help you to implement these convergence efforts.' ----- Jean-Rene Lyon, Director of CEISAR in Paris

A Handbook of Business Transformation Management Methodology 9781409449805 ‘The handbook brilliantly combines art and science marrying the experience and expertise of highly successful practitioners with multi-disciplinary methods, underpinned by the best practices of the leader in enterprise technology solutions. In my 20 plus years transforming global enterprises, I finally see an honest and vivid acknowledgement of the significant role transformation plays in today’s business context and the keys to success spelled out.’ ---- Lilian Corvington, Global Director EVO Program at Vodafone

About the Author

Axel Uhl is Head of the Business Transformation Academy and a member of the Business Transformation Services Leadership Team within the Services Division of SAP. Dr Uhl is a professor at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland. Prior to joining SAP, he held senior management positions at Novartis, KPMG, DaimlerChrysler and Allianz. He has a PhD in Economics, and Master degrees in Business Administration, Educational Sciences and Information Technology. Lars Gollenia is Head of the global Business Transformation Services at SAP and a member of the SAP Services Delivery Executive team. Lars is the co-founder and sponsor of the Business Transformation Academy, a leadership network comprising leading academics and selected executives. He has held positions in the management consulting space. Gollenia is a Graduate in Business Administration from the Friedrich-Schiller University of Jena, Germany and studied economics and international management at Harvard.

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  • Publisher: Gower; New edition edition (28 Oct. 2012)
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  • Language: English
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Many congratulations to Axel Uhl, Lars Gollenia and their extended team for the wealth of business transformation guidance they have provided throughout this book. I have followed the progress of the BTA since their inaugural issue of the 360° Journal in June 2011 and immediately purchased this new 'Handbook' when it became available.

With only a third of business transformations being completed on time, on budget and to expectations, this book needs to descend into the laps of 1000s of managers and leaders everywhere because clearly something has been missing to-date.

Uhl, Gollenia and Co. have brought strategy management, value management, programme management, change management, and other management disciplines into one framework which is not just limited to the world of SAP implementations. Because what this book contains is a holistic approach to transformation that can be applied in many different environments.

I hope the book will ease open the eyes of those who are charged to lead business transformations but who demonstrate disregard to the very same elements that cause them to become yet another statistic of transformation disappointment. While most transformations will be complex and challenging, they need not be more difficult than necessary if the guidelines provided in the BTM2 methodology are adopted.

The authors have not reinvented individual management disciplines, but they have provided a framework that integrates them, which is critical for transformation success; and they have delved deep into each management discipline throughout these 348 pages of business value.
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