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New forum - SAP Project Management

PostPosted: Fri Jul 25, 2008 5:10 am
by The Prince Of Darkness
This will give some purpose to my life - please install me as moderator.

Re: New forum - SAP Project Management

PostPosted: Fri Jul 25, 2008 11:09 am
by Snowy
sounds like a good idea (the forum, I mean!)

others have input on this?

Re: New forum - SAP Project Management

PostPosted: Sat Jul 26, 2008 9:38 pm
by wilhitern1
It is something that I would definitely be interested in (ie the creation of the forum).

Re: New forum - SAP Project Management

PostPosted: Mon Jul 28, 2008 2:55 am
by Baz
I assume PoD needs the extra help!... roflmao!

Re: New forum - SAP Project Management

PostPosted: Mon Aug 04, 2008 10:23 pm
by Count
hey isnt sap project management the same as sap project systems ( and c projects, may be)?? ermm excuse me if my question sounds stuppid, but I am game for learning shud one of u gurus condescend enuff to enlighten me :)

and yes I second pod on the mod bit,.. and in the light of my above knowledge of proj mgmt I also throw my hat (no pun intended) in the race to become a mod 8) :? 8)

c.

Re: New forum - SAP Project Management

PostPosted: Tue Aug 05, 2008 7:32 am
by wilhitern1
I would define a project management forum as being primarily about managing SAP Projects. So, a Team Lead might need access to it or someone with my title (Senior Project Manager (ABAP Programming)) or just a senior abaper or functional who has a bunch of work that must be organized (I know that no one here ever has more that one project queued up so the last comment is obviously meaningless :wink:). I hope that you see the difference. Now, what PoD meant when he proposed the forum, I couldn't tell you.

And No, for the most part, questions aren't stupid. People are! The stupid ones are the ones who don't ask questions.

Re: New forum - SAP Project Management

PostPosted: Tue Aug 05, 2008 8:06 am
by The Prince Of Darkness
wilhitern1 wrote:what PoD meant when he proposed the forum, I couldn't tell you.


I could. In fact I did.

Nowhere did I mention PS, but then I am 99% certain the count was pulling my plonker.

And i disagree about stupid questions - did you ever see the fanbook?

Re: New forum - SAP Project Management

PostPosted: Tue Aug 05, 2008 9:37 pm
by Count
hey thanks guys,.. I never thot project managemnt in SAP could also mean managing SAP projects :o hence the confusion ....
and no not trying pull ure plonker pod :P ;) my question was genuine :)
and lastly,... nope my experience with project managers (I even did that role myself briefly ..... and did a good job also I guess, but never enjoyed it) was always bad in my almost 8 years sap experience,.... so nope no moderating business in that area for me plsss

cheers
c.

Re: New forum - SAP Project Management

PostPosted: Thu Aug 07, 2008 8:23 am
by wilhitern1
The Prince Of Darkness wrote:
wilhitern1 wrote:what PoD meant when he proposed the forum, I couldn't tell you.
And i disagree about stupid questions - did you ever see the fanbook?


Remember that I did qualify it by saying, "for the most part".

Re: New forum - SAP Project Management

PostPosted: Thu Aug 07, 2008 2:01 pm
by thx4allthefish
i have been reading this suggestion around noon today and now it is 2030h CET and i still cannot think what kind of 'customers' would seek that forum. maybe i have only difficulties to wrap my mind around such a thing as 'SAP projects properly done' but IMHO the people who could clearly use some advice on the topic, are the project managers themselves ... talk about 'quick' and 'flexible' solutions to be provided just in time to match the too-short-time-table of the project ... but i don't see these people being SAPFans users ...

POD, would you mind explaining to me what i am missing here? what the intention and the target-group should be?

Re: New forum - SAP Project Management

PostPosted: Sat Apr 11, 2009 9:27 pm
by SAP2020
There are many topics that can be discussed for SAP project management , like ASAP methodology, use of templates , use for solution manger for blueprinting and managing upgrades.

Why not start a forum and see if it is used or not?