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SAP R/3 Process Oriented Implementation: Iterative Process Prototyping [Paperback]

Gerhard Keller , G. Keller , T. Teufel
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Table of Contents

SECTION A: TRENDS IN MANAGEMENT.

1. (R)Evolutionary Enterprise Structures.
Developments in business.
The influence of global markets.
Changing values in corporate culture.
New horizons: alliances on a virtual basis.
Technological developments.
Client/Server.
Object orientation.
Multimedia.
Data highway on the Internet.
Organizational developments.
Taylor's influence on organizations in America.
Nordsieck's influence on organizations in Germany.
Paradigms for business process design.
Computer integrated manufacturing.
Logistics.
Lean Management.
Simultaneous engineering.
Net value added chains.
Business transformation.
Cybernetics.
Workflow management.
Continuous system engineering.
Business (re)-engineering.
Continuous business (quality) engineering with SAP.
Risks in business process design.
Process orientation and object orientation.
Business processes as componentware.

SECTION B: FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES OF PROCESS DESIGN.

2. SAP R/3-Release 3.x.
R/3 basis architecture.
R/3 applications.
Accounting.
Logistics.
Human Resources Management.
Other R/3 services.

3. Enterprise Modeling.
Models.
Architectures.
Computer Integrated Manufacturing—Open System Architecture.
Architecture of integrated information systems.
Semantic object model.
Knowledge Acquisition and Documentation Structuring.
Object-Oriented Information Engineering.
Methods.
IT-oriented methods.
Methods oriented towards business management science.

4. The R/3 Reference Process Model.
Basic Terminology regarding business process.
Event-controlled process chains (EPC).
Formal description of the EPC.
Basics.
General model.
Control flow

SECTION C: IPP FOR DESIGNING NET VALUE ADDED CHAINS.

5. Procedures.
Procedures in project management.
Procedures in software engineering.
Procedures in software implementation.
The BPI phase concept.
AcceleratedSAP.

6. Cybernetics in Iterative Process Prototyping (IPP).
IPP structure.
R/3 Reference Process Model.
R/3 Organization Model.
R/3 Object/data Model.
R/3 Prototyping.
R/3 Customizing.
R/3 Data Dictionary.
Iterative paths in IPP.
From Process to Prototyping.
FromProcess to Organization Model.
From Process to Customizing.
From Process to Data Model.
From Process to Data Dictionary.
From Prototyping to Organization.
From Prototyping to Process.
From Prototyping toCustomizing.
From Prototyping to Data Model.
From Prototyping to Data Dictionary.
From Organization Model to Prototyping.
From Organization Model to Process.
From Organization Model to Customizing.
From Organization Model to Data Model.
From Organization Model to Data Dictionary.
From Customizing to Process.
From Customizing to Prototyping.
From Customizing to Organization.
From Customizing to Data Model.
From Customizing to Data Dictionary.
From Data Model to process.
From Data Model to Customizing.
From Data Model to Organization.
FromData Model to Prototyping.
From Data Model to Data Dictionary.
FromData Dictionary to process.
From Data Dictionary to Organization.
From Data Dictionary to Data Model.
From Data Dictionary to Prototyping.
From Data Dictionary to Customizing.
Project implementation with IPP.
Identification of the process areas.
Selection of the process modules in the process areas.
Process analysis using the IPP method.
The customer's net value added chain.

SECTION D: NET VALUE ADDED CHAINS.

7. Structure of the Model Companies.
IPP for model structure.
Model company: lot-size manufacturer with direct sales.
Model company: order-based assembly manufacturer.
Interaction of the two model companies.

8. Value Chain of a Lot Manufacturer with Direct Selling.
Process: Sales planning.
Business background.
SAP-specific description.
Using the process.
Navigation information.
Process: Sales and operations plan processing.
Business background.
SAP-specific description.
Using the process.
Navigation information.
Process: Cost andrevenue element processing.
Business background.
SAP-specific description.
Using the process.
Navigation information.
Process: Cost centre processing.
Business background.
SAP-specific description.
Using the process.
Navigation information.
Process: Activity type processing.
Business background.
SAP-specific description.
Using the process.
Navigation information.
Process: Cost centre planning with flexible standard costing.
Business background.
SAP-specific description.
Using the process.
Navigation information.
Process: Cost centre plan closing.
Business background.
SAP-specific description.
Using the process.
Navigation information.
Process: Material master processing for costing.
Business background.
SAP-specific description.
Using the process.
Navigation information.
Process: Preliminary costing with quantity structure.
Business background.
SAP-specific description.
Using the process.
Navigation information.
Process: Profitability planning.
Business background.
SAP-specific description.
Using the process.
Navigation information.
Process: Material master processing PP.
Business background.
SAP-specific description.
Using the process.
Navigation information.
Process: Material BOM processing.
Business background.
SAP-specific description.
Using the process.
Navigation information.
Process: Work centre processing.
Business background.
SAP-specific description.
Using the process.
Navigation information.
Process: Routing processing.
Business background.
SAP-specific description.
Using the Process.
Navigation information.
Process: Transfer of results to demand management.
Business background.
SAP-specific description.
Using the process.
Navigation information.
Process: Demand management.
Business background.
SAP-specific description.
Using the process.
Navigation information.
Process: MPS—Single-item processing.
Business background.
SAP-specific description.
Using the process.
Navigation information.
Process: Material requirements planning—Total.
Business background.
SAP-specific description.
Using the process.
Navigation information.
Process: Material BOM processing.
Business background.
SAP-specific description.
Using the process.
Navigation information.
Process: Work centre processing.
Business background.
SAP-specific description.
Using the process.
Navigation information.
Process: Routing processing.
Business background.
SAP-specific description.
Using the Process.
Navigation information.
Process: Transfer of results to demand management.
Business background.
SAP-specific description.
Using the process.
Navigation information.
Process: Demand management.
Business background.
SAP-specific description.
Using the process.
Navigation information.
Process: MPS—Single-item processing.
Business background.
SAP-specific description.
Using the process.
Navigation information.
Process: Material requirements planning—Total.
Business background.
SAP-specific description.
Using the process.
Navigation information.

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