Oct 01

Welcome to the SAP Project Management & Project Observations Blog


Welcome to my SAP project management and project observations blog.  I’m Tim Cooper, an SAP FI/CO certified consultant with a lot of project management experience.  My goal with this blog isn’t to make you PMP certified or to address all and any project management issues you may have.  Instead I’m going to share some of my experiences from various projects – some good, some not so good – with the hope that you can make your project more successful.  At times I’m going write about subjects that will feel like it is project management 101, but I haven’t stopped being surprised by how often my assumptions have turned out to be incorrect and need to be reconfirmed.

I hope this blog is helpful to consultants and non-consultants: it should help you understand some of each others’ expectations and make working together a better experience for you both.

Let me know what you think, but please be civil.


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    Derek Vansant
    October 1, 2009 at 3:11 pm · Reply

    Hi, Tim. I would be interested in learning more about how most enterprise software implementation projects are managed. In particular, how are requirements, tests, defects, change requests and issues documented and tracked.

    If, in your experience, most projects have been managed with emails, Word docs, and spreadsheets, I’d love to know why more specialized tools were not chosen. Are emails, Word docs, and spreadsheets sufficient? Are they chosen for cost reasons? Are they used because that’s what people already have access to? Other reasons?

    I’ve asked this question of several people, but haven’t yet reached any consensus on the issue and would love your insight.

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    September 28, 2017 at 7:32 am · Reply

    8 month as junior sap consultant(PM/QM/DMS)

    Is it a good idea to valuate statistics of table transaction by consultants?

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