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Top 10 SAP Human Capital Management (HCM) Articles of 2010

The amount of content created on the SAP Community Network for SAP HCM has grown by leaps and bounds in 2010 with several new subject matter experts joining and sharing their knowledge. At the time of this article there were 90 blogs under the Human Capital Management category for this year and I have reviewed each and put together my list of the top ten.

It was a difficult exercise as there were many strong candidates and my core criteria was the content, presentation as well as providing cutting edge information therefore an article on EHP4 or EHP5 was rated higher than one on Managers Desktop for example. Keep in mind this is a very subjective list which should be obvious as you will see a few that I wrote are listed below 🙂

What’s new in Nakisa 3.0

Setting up NetWeaver Embedded Search (TREX) for SAP HCM Talent Management EhP4, 5 and 6 

What’s new technically in Nakisa 3.0

What’s Included With The Predefined Performance Management Process

What’s Included With The Predefined Performance Management Process – Part 2 

IT Excellence in HR Service Delivery

How approval works in EHP4 Enterprise Compensation Management  

What is new with the Enterprise Compensation Management in EHP5

HCM Processes & Forms: Web Dynpro ABAP Search Helps

Learn about the SAP Employee Interaction Center (EIC) – Podcast

US Payroll and Year End Tips

  

There are technically 11 on the list above but I counted the “What’s Included with the Predefined Performance Management Process” as one entry since it was delivered in a two part series.

 

If you are on Twitter and enjoy the writing of any of the authors above they can be followed at @lukemarson , @brandontoombs , @SAP_Jarret , @stubbini , @pblume

 

I noticed in my review that many of the submodules of SAP HCM have very little content and if you would like to be on this “very” prestigious list in 2011 the only way is to publish a new article.

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      Author's profile photo Luke Marson
      Luke Marson
      Thanks Jarret! I'm glad the effort put in has been appreciated and hopefully this will help spread the SAP HCM love! 🙂
      Author's profile photo Jarret Pazahanick
      Jarret Pazahanick
      Blog Post Author
      Hi Luke

      The quality of all your HCM articles last year was excellent as you easily deserved to have 1-2 more on the list.

      I hope you have an opportunity to contribute in 2011 as you bring the community some great perspective on SAP and Nakisa.

      Thanks,

      Jarret

      Author's profile photo Former Member
      Former Member
      Thanks for putting up the list which will help everyone to have a look at each of it.

      Vengalrao

      Author's profile photo Jarret Pazahanick
      Jarret Pazahanick
      Blog Post Author
      Thanks for the kind words I plan to do a year end list similar to this every year going forward.
      Author's profile photo Former Member
      Former Member
      Good one . Its really gives a good collection of blogs.

      Author's profile photo Jarret Pazahanick
      Jarret Pazahanick
      Blog Post Author
      Appreciate the kind words and hoping there is a lot of new HCM content in 2011 to review
      Author's profile photo Patrick Blume
      Patrick Blume
      Hi Jarret,
      thanks a lot, this should be motivation enough to publish more often articles...
      I wish a happy and successful year 2011.
      Patrick
      Author's profile photo Jarret Pazahanick
      Jarret Pazahanick
      Blog Post Author
      I hope you get a chance to write a few more articles on 2011 as you have a lot to offer the community.

      Best of luck in 2011

      Author's profile photo Ian Stubbings
      Ian Stubbings
      Hi Jarret

      Only just seen this as I've moved out of the HCM space now and concentrating more on architecture/standards/best practices etc.

      Many thanks for the accolade. It will spur me on to be more active in 2011.

      Cheers
      Ian