Before asking yourself the right questions to evaluate and situate your change management in your company, let's start by talking about "change management" in everyday life. You will see that this type of management is present more often than you might think.
This is the third of four blogs regarding the SAP SuccessFactors deployment model. The first blog was on the Talent Hybrid model, the second was Core Hybrid Model, now we will talk about the Full Cloud Deployment Model. SAP SuccessFactors users and project leads, let me enlighten you.
Whether the organization is public or private, whether the company is a goods or services company, whether the business field or industry sector is financial, manufacturing, tourism... it doesn't matter. All these microcosms generating activities have projects and move from one project to another.
In this era where instantaneity triumphs in absolute mastery, it is certainly less obvious to take the time to ensure safety, consistent results, and continuous quality. Just as hyper-fast text messages in which grammatical, syntactic, or spelling errors seem permissible, or even justified, quality can sometimes be eroded.
With this blog series we provide a review of SuccessFactors interoperability, we will have a complete overview of most integration capabilities available in the current SAP integration ecosystem. Our objective is to organize in a structural way the information related with SuccessFactors integrations and tools. There is plenty of material about SuccessFactors integration but not all information applies for specific customer needs, process, or data interoperability challenges.