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Satellite Destruction

Kimberly-Clark's experience with its three-year, $100 million SAP rollout -- plus $17 million for user training -- is hardly big news. But it underscores something I've thought for a long time: The decision to move to SAP has little or nothing to do with making it easier for employees to perform better in the real world.
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