ArcherPoint CEO Greg Kaupp explains Tribal Leadership and what it means for the Microsoft Dynamics NAV (Navision) Community.
Microsoft is delivering what I believe will be the most exciting release in years for Microsoft Dynamics NAV partners and end users alike.
There is growing awareness and enthusiasm for the www.iLoveNAV.com community effort to make Microsoft Dynamics NAV (Navision) an even better product.
While we have made significant progress in building a vibrant Microsoft Dynamics NAV community, we are only just getting started. Read about the value of NAVUG.
Microsoft Dynamics NAV implementation teams are not always teams unless they are willing to do what it takes to make things happen.
Alan Campbell urges us to learn from nature and decompose user stories from boulder sized stories into smaller sand sized user stories during projects.
Deming gives us common-cause and special-cause variations to project plans, and we need to be thinking about unplanned project events and risks in Deming terms.
Alan Campbell explains how, in the world of business analysis, the Agile user story has many of the attributes of the cedar tree and exhibits Wabi-sabi.
The Microsoft Dynamics NAV development team has discovered what we have about the benefits of Agile Project Management.
Visiting Belgium after 22 years, Greg Kaupp reveals that the years pass faster than we'd like and we should take the time to enjoy and memorialize the journey.
Teams that procrastinate and defer work until late in the project risk severe consequences: Morale suffers, quality decreases, and velocity decreases.
ArcherPoint CEO Greg Kaupp demonstrates there is a scientific reason why ERP projects fail with waterfall and succeed with Agile.
Learn about the Forrester SaaS Maturity Model and how it applies to Microsoft Dynamics NAV (Navison).
ArcherPoint’s Alan Campbell reminds us that project managers need to think about project plans before starting a project.
You can use the accounting T-Account structure to communicate one of the main agile principles to stakeholders on Microsoft Dynamics projects.
Using sprints or iterations in Microsoft Dynamics Implementations can add great value to your Microsoft Dynamics projects.
ArcherPoint’s Alan Campbell explains why project teams should be reviewing technical debt on Microsoft Dynamics implementations.
ArcherPoint’s Alan Campbell explains why we must define business goals and objectives when measuring project success.
Prospects should change the question about project management methodology to be "What is your approach?" when first talking to partners.
ArcherPoint CEO Greg Kaupp urges other Dynamics partners, Let's collaborate and build amazing companies and community around Microsoft Dynamics NAV (Navision).
The ability to estimate the completion date of a Microsoft Dynamics project follows a consistent path as a project progresses.
Alan Campbell explains how Adaptive Project Management delivers more business value than the traditional Waterfall approach for Dynamics ERP implementations.
ArcherPoint CEO Greg Kaupp discusses the Dynamics NAV Community Forum which offers crowd sourcing product suggestions for the greater good.
This blog discusses what companies should know when evaluating Microsoft Dynamics NAV (Navision) and Microsoft Dynamics AX (Axapta).
Blog discussing ERP System upgrade, covering specifically the process and benefits of upgrading Microsoft Dynamics NAV (Navision), a ERP Software upgrade.
This blog by ArcherPoint CEO Greg Kaupp explains how to estimate customizations for Microsoft Dynamics NAV (Navision) projects.
This blog outlines the factors that determine the cost of implementing a typical Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system for a small to mid-sized business, answering the question, how much does Microsoft Dynamics Cost? Topics covered include: microsoft navision erp cost, navision license cost and microsoft dynamics cost.
There has been a growing and troubling trend for companies that implement Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) projects to use independent contractors.