MSIS-2622-KB13-Organiz. Managt with SAP - Sylvia Chaudoir Mastering SAP ERP HCM Organizational Management Bonn Boston 208 Book.indb 3 12:29:52 PM

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 Sylvia Chaudoir Mastering SAP ® ERP HCM Organizational Management Bonn Boston
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5 Contents at a Glance 1 Introduction ............................................................................ 15 2 SAP HCM Overview ................................................................. 21 3 Organizational Management Basics ....................................... 35 4 Infotypes in Organizational Management ............................. 69 5 Working with Relationships ................................................... 81 6 Reporting with Evaluation Paths ............................................ 111 7 Choosing and Using Infotypes in OM ..................................... 139 8 Maintaining Organizational Management Data ..................... 187 9 Customizing the Hierarchy Framework ................................... 235 10 Technical Tips and Tools .......................................................... 259 11 Integration of OM with other SAP Components .................... 299 A OM Object Types .................................................................... 325 B Infotypes in OM ...................................................................... 329 C Transaction Codes in OM ........................................................ 331 D Authorization Functions for OM ............................................. 333 E Workflow Scenarios in SAP ERP HCM .................................... 335 F FAQs for Organizational Management ................................... 337 G Glossary ................................................................................... 339 H Author Biography .................................................................... 341
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7 Contents Preface ....................................................................................................... 13 1 Introduction .............................................................................. 15 1.1 Organizational Management is for Everyone ............................... 15 1.1.1 Using the SAP Implementation Guide ............................... 16 1.2 Structure of This Book ................................................................. 17 1.2.1 SAP Release Version ......................................................... 20 1.2.2 A Brief Word on Terminology ........................................... 20 2 SAP HCM Overview .................................................................. 21 2.1 SAP Business Suite: Enterprise Applications Overview ................. 21 2.1.1 The SAP ERP Foundation .................................................. 22 2.1.2 SAP Specialized Business Solutions ................................... 23 2.2 SAP HCM Components in Depth ................................................ 25 2.2.1 Workforce Process Management is “Core” ........................ 26 2.2.2 Talent Management is about Managing Talent .................. 29 2.2.3 Workforce Analytics Reporting ......................................... 31 2.2.4 The SAP ERP HCM Big Picture .......................................... 32 2.3 Conclusion .................................................................................. 33 3 Organizational Management Basics ......................................... 35 3.1 The Backbone of SAP ERP HCM .................................................. 35 3.2 Object-Oriented Data Management in SAP Systems ................... 36 3.3 Object Technology in OM ........................................................... 37 3.4 HR Data Objects in OM .............................................................. 39 3.5 Basic Organizational Plan Structure Elements .............................. 41 3.5.1 Organizational Unit .......................................................... 41 3.5.2 Job ................................................................................... 44 3.5.3 Position ............................................................................ 46 3.5.4 Person .............................................................................. 51 3.5.5 Cost Center ...................................................................... 52 3.6 Objects Beyond the Basics .......................................................... 53
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8 Contents 3.6.1 User ................................................................................. 54 3.6.2 Task .................................................................................. 55 3.6.3 Work Center ..................................................................... 56 3.6.4 Other Objects ................................................................... 56 3.6.5 Creating Your Own Objects .............................................. 58 3.7 Plan Versions .............................................................................. 59 3.8 Organizational Plan Status .......................................................... 61 3.9 Object Number Ranges ............................................................... 64 3.10 Conclusion .................................................................................. 67 4 Infotypes in Organizational Management ............................... 69 4.1 The Infotype Concept ................................................................. 69 4.2 Infotypes for OM ........................................................................ 70 4.3 Infotype Subtypes ...................................................................... 73 4.4 Infotype Effective Dates .............................................................. 75 4.4.1 Example: Changing an Object Name ................................. 75 4.5 Time Constraints ......................................................................... 77 4.6 Conclusion .................................................................................. 80 5 Working with Relationships ..................................................... 81 5.1 Relationships in OM ................................................................... 81 5.1.1 Relationships are Passive or Active .................................... 82 5.1.2 Allowing Relationships between Objects .......................... 84 5.1.3 Relationship to External Objects ....................................... 85 5.1.4 Relationship Time Constraints ........................................... 86 5.1.5 Relationship Abbreviations in Reporting ........................... 87 5.2 Inheritance Principle ................................................................... 89 5.3 Basic Relationships in OM .......................................................... 90 5.3.1 Building the Organizational Hierarchy ............................... 91 5.3.2 Organizational Unit Hierarchy ........................................... 92 5.3.3 Staffing Assignments ......................................................... 94 5.3.4 Position-Based Reporting Structures ................................. 95 5.3.5 Position Management Hierarchy Best Practices ................. 99 5.3.6 Relating Jobs and Positions ............................................... 99 5.3.7 People in Staff Assignments .............................................. 100 5.3.8 Cost Center Assignments .................................................. 105
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9 Contents 5.4 Creating New Relationships for Your Objects .............................. 107 5.5 Conclusion .................................................................................. 109 6 Reporting with Evaluation Paths .............................................. 111 6.1 What are Evaluation Paths? ......................................................... 111 6.2 How Evaluation Paths Are Defined in OM ................................... 112 6.2.1 Evaluation Path Configuration ........................................... 112 6.3 Evaluation Paths in Organizational Plan Reporting ...................... 117 6.3.1 Additional Reporting Selections ........................................ 121 6.4 Creating New Evaluation Paths ................................................... 123 6.5
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