SAP SuccessFactors Talent: Volume 2

A Complete Guide to Configuration, Administration, and Best Practices: Succession and Development
 
 
Apress
  • erschienen am 23. April 2021
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  • XX, 420 Seiten
 
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Take an in-depth look at SAP SuccessFactors talent modules with this complete guide to configuration, administration, and best practices. This two-volume series follows a logical progression of SAP SuccessFactors modules that should be configured to complete a comprehensive talent management solution. The authors walk you through fully functional simple implementations in the primary chapters for each module before diving into advanced topics in subsequent chapters.

In volume 2, you will explore the development module in three more chapters by learning to configure and use development plans, career worksheets, and mentoring. Then, the book examines succession management, covering topics such as configuring, administering, and using the 9-box, the Talent Review form, nominations, succession org charts, talent pools, and succession presentations. The authors then sum up with a review of what you learned and final conclusions.

Within each topic, the book touches on the integration points with other modules as well as internationalization. The authors also provide recommendations and insights from real world experience. Having finished the book, you will have an understanding of what comprises a complete SAP SuccessFactors talent management solution and how to configure, administer, and use each module within it.


What You Will Learn
  • Work with the career worksheet
  • Build mentoring into your SAP SuccessFactors solution
  • Display and update relevant talent data in a succession org chart

Who This Book Is For

Implementation partners and customers who are project managers, configuration specialists, analysts, or system administrators.
1st ed.
  • Englisch
  • CA
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  • USA
APRESS
  • 17,99 MB
978-1-4842-6995-4 (9781484269954)
10.1007/978-1-4842-6995-4
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Susan Traynor is an SAP SuccessFactors Certified Professional with more than 21 years of progressive experience in SAP HCM and SuccessFactors implementations. You can follow her on LinkedIn.

Michael A. Wellens, M.S. is a certified SAP SuccessFactors consultant with over 15 years of human resources information systems implementation experience. He has successfully launched a variety of core HR and talent management solutions across a variety of fortune 500 companies around the world. You can follow him on LinkedIn or on Twitter at @mike_wellens.

Venki Krishnamoorthy is an SAP SuccessFactors consultant. Venki has over 15 years of experience as a functional lead, project manager, and program manager in HCM transformation projects. Venki has completed over 35 full lifecycle implementations of SuccessFactors projects across multiple modules. You can follow Venki on LinkedIn or on Twitter at @venki_sap.

Chapter 1: Development Plans (~50 pages)1. What is a Career Development Plan?

2. Best Practices

3. Career Development Set Up in Provisioning

4. Configuring the Career Development Plan

5. Role-Based Permissions for the Career Development Plan

6. Career Development Plan Integration with Succession

7. Career Development Plan Integration with Calibration

8. Career Development Plan Integration with Employee Profile

9. Career Development Plan Integration with Continuous Performance Management (CPM)

10. Career Development Plan Integration with Learning Management System (LMS)

11. Importing Development Goals

12. Using the Career Development Plan from the employee perspective

13. Using the Career Development from the manager perspective

14. Career Development Goal Plan Reporting

Chapter 2: Configuring Career Worksheet (~50 pages)

Career Worksheet Career Worksheet Set up in Provisioning Career Worksheet Template XML Role Competency Expected Ratings Readiness Meter Gap Graph Role-Based Permissions for the Career Worksheet Career Paths Managing Career Paths Role-Based Permissions for Career Paths Import Career Paths Suggested Roles Configure Suggested Roles Role-Based Permissions for Suggested Roles Role Readiness Assessment Form Role Readiness Assessment within the Career Worksheet Role-Based Permissions for Role Readiness Assessment Form Walkthrough of the Career Worksheet by an employee Walkthrough of the Career Worksheet by a manager Career Worksheet Ad hoc Reporting Deep link to My Current Roles on the Career Worksheet Career Worksheet Integration with Suggested Successors in Succession Org Chart Career Worksheet Integration with Employee Profile Career Explorer Chapter 3: Using Career Worksheet (~30 pages)1. 1. Same as above but walk through as end user

Chapter 4: Mentoring (~40 pages)

Mentoring Set up In ProvisioningRole-Based Permissions Managing Mentoring Programs Creating Open Enrollment Mentoring Programs Creating Supervised Mentoring Programs Creating Unsupervised Mentoring Programs Mentee and Mentor Matching Review Mentoring Preferences Using Mentoring Accessing Mentoring Programs Mentoring Program Sign Up Review Mentoring Requests Set Mentor Availability Ending Mentoring Relationships Email Notifications Ad hoc Reporting Chapter 5: Succession Management Intro, 9-Box, and Talent Review Form (~30 pages)

1. What is Succession Management

2. Basic Settings

3. 9-Box or Matrix Grid

4. Talent Review Form

Chapter 6: Core Succession Management (~50 pages)

1. Talent Cards

2. Nomination Configuration

3. Succession Org Chart

Chapter 7: Succession Management Additional Features ( ~25 pages)

Talent Search

1. Talent Pools

2. Position Tile View

3. Lineage Chart

4. Succession Presentations

Chapter 8: Conclusion (~5 pages)

1. Review of concepts across chapters

2. Realizing business value and next steps

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