Publications

Every so often (just about once a week), we are inspired to share insights concerning communications, change management and adult learning.

White Papers

  • Reoccurring Critical Success Factors in ERP Implementation
  • Change Managers and Project Managers: Finding Common Ground for Success

Blog Articles

  • An Integrated Approach to Training Management
  • The Only Constant is Change
  • 4 Keys to Cross-Cultural Training
  • How the Heck Did I Get Here? The Plight of an ERP Change Management and Training Consultant

How the Heck Did I Get Here? The plight of a Change Management and Training Consultant

Keera S. Godfrey, M.S., MBA

January 2018

Have you ever thought about how you got to where you are today? It is amazing how one decision or action leads to another and so on—all to usher you to your destiny. I remember my first ERP implementation project, which was in 2014. I was brought in as the Training Lead on a global […]
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An Integrated Approach to Training Management

Keera S. Godfrey, M.S., MBA

January 2018

We often hear that knowledge is power. However, in my experience, knowledge alone does not have the power to change behavior or guarantee performance. For example, I have knowledge that eating a warm brownie with ice-cream would interfere with my weight loss plan, but knowledge alone and even a Bachelor’s in Health Science does little […]
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3 Must Do’s When Communicating Change

Keera S. Godfrey, M.S., MBA

January 2018

To change means to become altered, modified, transformed or converted. At every level, whether it is personal, in business, political, or social among friend or family, all of us have experienced change that alter our lives. Whether the change is invited or not, it seems to penetrate our lives and demand our full attention. It […]
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4 Keys to Cross-Cultural Training

Keera S. Godfrey, M.S., MBA

January 2018

Some time ago, I watched a movie about an American guy who traveled to India for business. His job was to train people in customer service in the new division in India. He arrived in India during the summer months wearing a suit and tie.  A driver whose job was to take the American guy […]
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