Think back to your last project or initiative? How did it go? Did you respond well? How do you know it was a success? Perhaps you’ve heard rumors that everyone is using the system and that one manager that was vocal seems quiet now and, dare you say, happy. Or, perhaps your training surveys showed [...]
Imagine you’re a dedicated breeder of fine thoroughbred race horses. You love horses. Your whole life revolves around horses. You love everything about horses but you have a special affinity for fine animals at their peak physical strength and beauty.
Recently, Cohesive Solutions completed a very successful Maximo for Utilities (T&D) implementation for a major power company in the Midwest. Over the course of two plus years we went through an exhaustive list of activities to bring this project to fruition. These steps included; integrating Maximo [...]
Change Management is a structured approach to ensuring that changes are thoroughly and smoothly implemented, and that the lasting benefits of change are achieved; focus is on the wider impacts of change, particularly on people and how they, as individuals and teams, move from the current [...]
Co-Ops at Cohesive Solutions are an integral part of our company culture. In 2015 Cohesive developed a co-op program where we partnered with 2 local universities: Kennesaw State and Georgia Tech, to engage with their career centers. As part of our regular blog we will be sharing a co-op story. This [...]
It’s that time again. IBM has announced this past month the end of support for Maximo V7.5 that will take effect on April 30, 2018. If you are a Maximo veteran you’ve seen this story before. Your organization has invested quite a bit of time and money into buying and implementing a sound [...]
A Maximo upgrade project is often time-consuming and expensive. One critical lynch pin in the entire process is simple imitation. There are several reasons that clients decide to upgrade to a current version of Maximo. The most common reason is related to version support from IBM. Other clients [...]
Topics: Maximo Upgrade