Difficulties in SAP HR Projects

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As a HR consultant, what is the difficulty you usually find in HR projects? 1. Deal with customer 2. Configure or solve an error in SAP 3. Don´t have ABAP skill 4. Don´t have HR process skills 5. Deal with project team 5. Do presentations/training 6. Don´t have support from my consuting company 7. other?
ASKED: February 5, 2009  4:43 PM
UPDATED: October 15, 2009  2:41 AM

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Hi

There are several steps from start to end of a project implementation, then in supporting the implemented system. If you go through each of the steps, then you would get a indea of the problems and issues you can face.

Examples to add to your list:
a)Customer or business expert can not give full details in one go,
b)Config skills not enough
c)Other related skills – WF, Security, Portal, ESS, MSS etc. not enough
d)Not enough time to implement
e)Language skills
f)standard SAP functionality not (i)not enough (ii)not working
g)No (or not a good) Development/Support methodology in the organisation
h)No (not good) tools to monitor progress

You can think of lot more.

Regards JG

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