SAP Press - SAP ERP HCM Performance Management 英文原版，可编辑带导航非影印版！
Chapter 1 introduces the book and sets the stage for the reader on what to
expect within its content.
Chapter 2 presents an overview of SAP's Employee Performance Management capability, highlighting the differences between previous functionality
and new functionality. A matrix describes the functionality available in all
current SAP versions (i.e., before Enterprise 4.7, Enterprise 4.7 Extension
Set 1.1 and 2.0, ECC 5.0, and ECC 6.0). Functionality is broken down into
categories such as technology, configuration, process control, and reporting.
Chapter 3 provides an overview of the performance management process,
including best practices on how to execute a performance management strategy within the organization. Topics include goal and objective setting, midyear reviews, peer reviews. self-evaluation. 360-degree feedback, and fina l
Chapter 4 focuses on corporate strategy, including the importance of developing a strategic plan for the organization. Use of pillars to enforce alignment to the corporate strategy is discussed with example scenarios to illustrate its effectiveness. This chapter also highlights the difference between
goals and objectives and the process for their review and approval. Communication of the corporate strategy is also discussed as a vital part of the performa nce management process and as a mechanism to reinforcement the
message from senior leaders.
Chapter 5 discusses the development plan and its overall importance within
the performance management process. This chapter includes information on
how development planning is typically integrated, what parties are involved
in its creation and closure, and options for deployment.
Chapter 6 discusses the lessons we learned along the way in our various
proj ect implementations. In addition to sharing our experiences on what to
expect and how to best mitigate risk, we will also supplement the discussion
with concrete examples referencing real-life scenarios.
Chapter 7 starts the second part of the book, "Performance Management:
System Functionality and Implementation." In this chapter, we discuss how
to turn business requirements into solid system design. Basic configuration
components are described, including appraisal statuses/substatuses, pushbuttons, and form design. Configuration settings are reviewed to ensure that
functionality is properly activated.
Chapter 8 presents the appraisal catalog (Transaction PHAP_CATALOG) in
detail. The catalog structure, including the appraisal template, criteria
groups, and criteria, is explained and dissected to help you understand its
full capabilities. Important concepts are highlighted such as the appraisal
header, column and row access, layout appearance, and status flow.
Chapter 9 contains advanced configuration, including utilities such as quick
configuration, web and print layout, configuration checks, and protocol
behind transports. Configuration outside of the appraisal catalog is also cov-
ered, including basic settings (Transaction OOHAP_BASIC). Important concepts such as workflow and value lists are examined as well.
Chapter 10 offers a thorough review of the Business Add-Ins (BAdIs) available within the performance management system. These user exits provide
customers the extensibility they are looking for. Broken out by area, each
standard-delivered BAd! is described with the out-of-the-box implementations and popular custom uses as well.
Chapter 11 reviews the portal-related configuration needed to implement
performance management in the SAP NetWeaver Portal. A review of the
SSP-based iViews and the MbO Status Overview provides a glimpse at what
the end users will see from the portal. Each participant in the process -
appraisee, appraiser, part appraiser, and further participant - is discussed.
Chapter 12 covers the operational side of the deployment: administrative
and reporting needs. Whether it be preparing documents or changing
appraisal statuses, Transaction PHAP_ADMIN is explained in detail with its
varied uses. Business Intelligence is also discussed.
Chapter 13 discusses security authorizations in SAP, including the new R/3
authorization object P_HAP_DOC. Structural authorization and its impact on
performance management is covered as well.
Chapter 14 presents the technical link between pay and performance. This
chapter discusses the out-of-the-box performance management and compensation integration within SAP. We'll walk through both the configuration at
the appraisal level and in compensation management (eligibility and guidelines) via the Implementation Guide (IMG).