Sunday, 29 July 2012

Managing Organizational Change during SAP Implementations

Get a sense of pragmatism in all aspects of organizational change in SAP applications. Readers learn how the design is proven experts in effective and efficient management. Changes in business organization related to SAP best practices to solve problems inherent in research and adopting an approach based on fully to prevent.

Experiences of the authors working on issues specific to managing organizational change, SAP woven reference pages in its own right. Examples of plans and timelines add even more value. Once more in-depth strategies and techniques to take advantage of expert knowledge in the management of organizational change can be achieved SAP customers.

If an executive decision maker, the project sponsor or if you are a member of a team helping to make effective management decisions, this book deal with the management of changes to propose projects and helps prevent errors expensive.

Features of Managing Organizational Change during SAP Implementations:
  • The project approach
  • Principles of organizational management
  • Change management and integration of project management
  • From design
  • Assessment of the future state
  • Analysis of the gap
  • Implementation and practice

About the Author

Galopp Luke, few white papers, essays, skills in change management for SAP projects within 5 years was performed. The did it with different scopes and user communities, a variety of industries. That the structure of this experience and continuing to develop a methodology for organizational change necessary for the implementation of SAP. Luke spends his time to study at home for companies. In addition, courses in business schools around change management.

Caems Siegfried is a certified SAP consultant. His consulting experience from a team leader, project management, and the side of local businesses / functional worked as project manager on major international and global. Change management is an important feature of all these roles.

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