The list is certainly not complete, so we are happy to add your experiences. Just use the contact button to provide your input.
Just because there is a good intention does not necessarily make it a success. There are important, often not obvious and not measurable aspects to consider.
- Missing or insufficient Board commitment
- Missing or insufficient Management support / commitment
- Missing vision for the corporate governance ecosystem of the future
- Missing or insufficient cross-functional/department alignment
- Initial and ongoing evaluation of risks and measures (including all points listed here)
- Unmanaged organizational change e.g. full transparency, involving everybody
- Big Bang Deployment / covering to many functions/organizational units
- Duplication of processes/media breaks because of striving for maximum autonomy of the individual unit
- Hidden or open resistance from opinion leaders or key personnel
- Lack of process design for new ecosystem – circumvention actions/workarounds of process participants
- Insufficient elaboration of functional and non-functional requirements
- Missing or insufficient involvement of functions, departments, and opinion leaders in the requirements gathering process
- Funding approach not accepted by all user groups
- Lack of change management activities to guide personnel through change and embark on journey