Sample SAP Project Plan

Vyom Bhuta

This project plan covers the following areas for your SAP project:

  • Project Start
  • Analysis
  • Design
  • Design Freeze / Client Sign-off
  • Construction
  • Testing
  • Implementation
  • Project End
  • Project Management Framework
  • Post Close Review
  • Training
  • Change Management

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Comments (19)

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OK. I gave it three stars because this is task/activitiy oriented plan that does not describe the project deliverable. There is a project start milestone, no project end date milestone so that there last tasks merged to (so that MS Project can calculate the project duration). Network view does not show a critical path.

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good

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good

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Examples of quality Management Plan

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great.

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its koooooooooooool

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Good Plan as a sample

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rally good

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ON a highlevel planing it is very susinct and helpful

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Diva Style

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It looks good

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Thanks
Nikhil


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I think training element should be in the beginning as well for the business key users who will sign-off the business blueprints. Usually, the confusion starts when the sign-off is made and user at the time is blind about the features of the modules. overall, the plan covers everything, good guide for reference... Shuja Ahmed

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SAP implementation project plan and procurement


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good

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excellent

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Very helpful

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It was a good plan that can be used for generic projects.

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good.


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