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Change Management Topics


Has anyone come accross any change management topics during implemetation?

Can you tell what it was?

Thank you.

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    Former Member
    Aug 20, 2007 at 09:57 AM

    Hi ,

    Change management:

    It is the phase where compnay going from on software to other.

    e.g. Legacy system to SAP system.

    In this phase we have to explain what are the resons behind to choose new system.

    What are the Pros and cons of the new system

    Again who it benificial for organisation as compare to previous system.

    Hope this information help you.

    Best Regards


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    Former Member
    Aug 20, 2007 at 10:00 AM


    Refer below

    http://change management



    Once you have installed and configured your software landscape, you must adjust it to continuously changing requirements. For example, you may need to react to changes in the organization of your enterprise, provide new functions, or implement any improvements to the quality of SAP components shipped by SAP at regular intervals.

    The functions included in Software Change Management standardize and automate the distribution and maintenance of software in complex landscapes.

    Software Change Management provides you with tools that enable you to react flexibly to changing requirements consistently and across different solutions.


    · Change and Transport System

    Enables you to distribute software changes from the development environment, through a quality assurance system, and into the production environment.

    · Software Maintenance

    A standardized maintenance procedure involving the import of Support Packages and Add-Ons and the implementation of corrections from SAP Notes

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    Aug 20, 2007 at 10:01 AM


    Organizational Change Management

    The positive motivation of employees is a key factor in ensuring a successful implementation project. However, most organizations know, or will at least assume that the R/3 implementation will trigger wider changes in the organization. Left unmanaged, these expected impacts could be viewed negatively. Therefore, any change management program must minimize the implementation risks, acccelerate the implementation process, and align SAP with the customer's organization.

    ASAP's Change Management is done via a risk assessment tool, by which assessments carried out will help a customer's team deal with issues of credibility, organizational impact, and individual impact of R/3 implementation. Implementing change management procedures involves accelerating the implementation by means such as a matrix that defines the degree to which jobs and responsibilities will be changed after R/3 implementation. The other aspect is to work with executive sponsors to redesign the organization's structure or reporting relationships, for example. The ASAP change management methodology enables you to review and revise the types and sequencing of change tasks, change activities, change packages and change accelerators.

    • A change task is a specific job or function to be completed by the change team.

    • Two or more change tasks roll up into a change activity.

    • A change package is a collection of change activities.

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