Organizational Plan

Purpose

The component Organizational Plan allows your company to engage in comprehensive human resources planning, and enables you to develop actual, and proposed, personnel scenarios.

Implementation considerations

The component Organizational Plan allows your company to engage in comprehensive human resources planning, and enables you to develop actual, and proposed, personnel scenarios.

Using the organizational model, you are able to create and edit organizational management objects (for example, organizational units, positions or tasks). This enables you to have an overview of the current status of your organizational and reporting structures and to report on historical data at any time. In addition, you can plan and model future scenarios.

Integration

As a planning and modelling tool, the component Organizational Plan is an integrated part of Organizational Management and forms the basis for other applications in Human Resources (HR), for example for R/3 Personnel Cost Planning, R/3 Personnel Develepmont und R/3 Compensation Management.

Features

You can use the following planning tools to create, edit and model your own company-specific organizational plan:

In Simple Maintenance, you can put together a basic framework for your organizational plan. All functions you require to create and edit organizational management objects to mirror your company structure are provided.

Simple Maintenance operates in a tree-structure format, making it easy to see, and perceive, the different relationships between objects in your plan.

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Detail Maintenance allows you to work with single objects at a detailed level. You can create, edit, display, delete, and list all infotypes allowable for the object.

Information is presented in a text format.

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Constraints

To develop organizational plans, you must have a thorough understanding of how your company operates. It is advisable to invest time researching the different areas of your company, before beginning plan development. In particular, you should be:

A job is a general classification of work duties, tasks and responsibilities. Each job, manager or secretary for example, exists only once in the company.

Positions are the individual employee assignments within a company, such as Sales Manager or Marketing Secretary.

Planning Ahead

If you plan to use

You should

tasks

  • develop easily recognizable descriptions
  • identify any groups of tasks that are routinely performed together, so that you can catalog them as a group

work centers

determine any restrictions or requirements associated with different work centers.For example, a physical examination may be required for certain work centers

It is not mandatory to use tasks and work centers.