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.

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"Meetings in Mokassins“

Leading with wisdom and maturity of the soul
This is the motto of the guidebook published by Barbara Wittmann. In it, the executive manager and coach demonstrates how managers can derive values and insights from the metaphor of the chief and his tribe. This allows employees space for personal development.

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“The IT myth: projects need heroes”

ZFO (magazine for leadership and organization), issue 1/2014:
From project management to the hero’s journey: Old myths, heroic tales, and legends always follow a similar pattern, which can also be applied to IT projects. A (project) hero embarks on a journey in which he or she is presented with a seemingly impossible task.

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of the highest quality

Problem:
A well-known outsourcing partner for card systems was confronted with the challenge
of documenting CRM software that had grown over several years.

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between the POS and SAP

Problem:
With the introduction of a new and more efficient checkout system and SAP backend at the Swiss furniture chain Top Tip, new possibilities for process optimization in the interaction between POS and IT backend were made available.

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