Through the jungle of SAP projects with Native American wisdom
As project leaders, we take the human factor into consideration and integrate project rituals: In order to ensure sustainable success, we give projects a clear beginning and end. All project participants recount their personal project stories.
The biggest successes are just as relevant as what went wrong. When we kick off a project, we create a specialty and IT map. We make sure to integrate the human side, helping the various departments to work together harmoniously.
S@PPORT, issue 3/2014:
"Data with soul"
What can we learn from Native American rituals and wisdom that have been passed down that can help us with our IT projects? How can we learn to see the human element of a project not as something of secondary importance but rather learn to get the best use out of it, to the benefit of both the IT and the employees? An article by Barbara Wittmann explains how it works: Projects will have not only a promising kick off, but also a worthy conclusion. All participants can share their stories, and a specialty and IT map demonstrates vividly in poster format where, when, and how goal-oriented project success is achieved.