The Society for the Advancement of Consulting® (SAC) invited one of its distinguished global members, Gary W. Patterson, to comment on how Continued Adoption of New Technologies By Consumers and Businesses Has Ongoing Effect on Businesses
FiscalDoctor® author of author of Million Dollar Blind Spots: 20/20 Vision for Financial Growth and Stick Out Your Balance Sheet and Cough: Best Practices for Long Term Business Health, suggests “Key to attaining “Happy Sponsor; Happy Technology” status is employing CAPEX best practices controls from preplanning to execution and hot wash.”
Without executing those best practices, most applications do not meet targeted results, timeframe and budget estimates.
Stunning payback and ROI result when applications are managed properly to meet strategic business goals targeted by upper management and sponsored by a key executive evangelist, not just an advocate.
Million Dollar disasters explode when applications are managed by the seat of the pants without an ability to (a) obtain crucial ongoing business purpose decisions and (b) maintain ongoing sponsor enthusiasm.
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About Gary W. Patterson
Gary W. Patterson, president & CEO of FiscalDoctor®, enables growth through leverage you did not know you had and works with leaders who want to uncover blind spots so they can make the best decisions. He has helped companies spanning supply chain, high tech, transportation, construction, and service industries. Patterson is a well-known speaker on enterprise risk management (ERM), operational risk management (ORM), strategic budgeting, risk assessments, leadership, and change management.
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