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Personnel Cost Planning the past, the present, the future. Henny Claessens Universiteit Maastricht. International HERUG conference 26th - 28th March 2002 Melbourne, Australia. Agenda. 1. Universiteit Maastricht - Introduction of the university

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Personnel Cost Planning

the past, the present, the future

Henny Claessens

Universiteit Maastricht

International HERUG conference

26th - 28th March 2002

Melbourne, Australia

agenda
Agenda

1. Universiteit Maastricht

- Introduction of the university

2. The past

- HERUG 2001 development request # 13

3. The present

- Pecaso Cost Planner, add on solution

4. The future

- SAP White Paper Personnel Cost Planning

5. Summary

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Introduction

Universiteit Maastricht

7 faculties

FacultyofMedicine 1974

FacultyofHealth Sciences 1980

Faculty of Law 1982

FacultyofEconomics & Business Administration 1984

FacultyofArts and Culture 1991

FacultyofScience 1992

Facultyof Psychology 1995

11.000 students

3.000 staff

SAP modules implemented:

- HR 1999

- FI, CO, MM, SD, AM 2001

- Cost Planner (integrated add on; not SAP) 2002

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Introduction

Universiteit Maastricht

Students and staff

Students

Staff

1995

2000

1980

1985

1990

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UM’s mission

Universiteit Maastricht

  • •Educational innovation
    • Problem Based Learning Curriculum
  • • International orientation
    • Geographically situated in a tri-lingual region (Dutch, French, German)
    • Growing part of Curriculum is offered in English
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You can’t manage

what you can’t measure

Peter Drucker

Extremely true in a growing university !

the process um s personnel cost planning 2 cycles
The processUM’s Personnel Cost Planning (2 cycles)

1. Monthly rolling forecast within the year

  • Months within the year (cumulation YTD actuals + planned months)
  • Increasing YTD actuals/decreasing planning period within the year:

Actual YTD 2002Planned months 2002 Total

    • Jan-Apr May-Dec xxx
    • Jan-May Jun-Dec yyy
    • Jan-Jun Jul-Dec zzz
    • Etc. Etc. ….

2. Yearly rolling forecast for next 5 years

  • After current year:

Planning periodTotal

    • 2003-2007 XXX
    • 2004-2008 YYY
    • 2005-2009 ZZZ
    • Etc. ….
the past i um s requirements for personnel cost planning
The past (I)UM’s requirements for Personnel Cost Planning

1. Planning occupied positions (P)

  • Periodic pay increases starting from …. (dd/mm/yy)
  • Change in working time starting from …. (dd/mm/yy)
  • Change in PSgroup/level starting from …. (dd/mm/yy)
  • End of employment contract starting from …. (dd/mm/yy)
  • Change in cost distribution starting from …. (dd/mm/yy)

2. Planning vacant positions (S)

  • GPL based (Gemiddelde Personeels Last)

In English:  APC based (Average Personnel Cost)

3. Rolling forecast within the year

  • Months within current year; actuals YTD + planned periods

4. Rolling forecast for next 5 years

  • Beyond current year
the past ii
The past (II)

1986: Personnel Planning System UM

  • Stand alone/tailor made legacy system
  • Central registration of personnel & vacancies
  • High accuracy rate
    • Planned-actual comparisons: <2%
    • ‘Sets the tone’ for everything that will follow ….

1999: SAP HR productive

  • Decentral registration
    • Starting point: registration at the source
  • Interface from SAP HR to PPS
    • Planned-actual comparisons: >10%
      • Organisation UM was not ready for this
    • Decentral registration of vacancies did not ‘take off’
      • ‘Recruitment’ module not used consistently
      • Matter of: Organisational change !
the past iii
The past (III)

2000: Preliminary study standard SAP/PCP

  • Projected Pay
    • Alternative I: based on Jobs (C)
    • Alternative II: partly based on Jobs (C); partly on Positions (S)
    • Alternative III: based on Positions (S)
  • Basic Pay
    • Alternative I: generic percentage raise for employers’ costs
    • Alternative II: dummy wage type for employers’ costs
  • Payroll Results
    • No alternative: because of external (non SAP) Payroll

2000: Findings of preliminary study

  • Not flexible enough for UM’s personnel cost planning
    • In particular ‘soft’ future oriented changes (starting from…)
  • Reason for: HERUG development request# 13
    • Next major release; R/3 enterprise; won’t wait for this ….
    • Temporary solution: Cost Planner (ROI 2-3 years)
the past iv
The past (IV)

2000: HERUG development request # 13

  • Description
    • Personnel Cost Planning in standard R/3 (release 4.6) is not flexible enough for our needs. We would like to use Personnel Cost Planning as follows:
      • Basic Pay for employees (Infotype 0008)
      • Projected Pay for vacant positions (Infotype 1018)
    • More flexibility is needed with regard to:
      • Employee specific scheduled payments
      • Expiration date of the job assignment
    • For planning purposes these data have to be manipulated separately without causing changes in real basic pay data (Infotype 0008)
  • Business motivation
    • Personnel Cost Planning in standard R/3 does not meet the business needs of the university. Personnel Costs typically represent 70% of total costs of the university. So relatively small differences tend to have substantial financial impact
the past v
The past (V)

2001: Pilot Cost Planner

  • Flexibility occupied positions
    • Additional Infotype 9008 for planning purposes only
    • Limited customizing during pilot
  • GO-decision (July 2001)
    • Completing the customizing
    • Developing tailor made enhancements
      • Drill down functionality from Cost Planner to HR
      • Scheduled pay increases for 72 months rolling forecast
  • Post pilot finding (December 2001)
    • No decentral use because of Chart of accounts structure…..

Findings of the pilot:

  • Cost Planner meets all essential functional requirements
  • Additional programming required for:
    • Drill down reports from Cost Planner to HR
    • Scheduled pay increases for 6 year period
      • Simulating 72 consecutive RPITUM00 runs in just one run
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PERSONNEL COST PLANNING

  • basic pay for occupied positions (P)
  • projected pay for vacant positions (S)

IT 0014

fixed additional

pay

95%

IT 0015

variable additional

pay

  • Wage elements:
  • additional pay

PA

(occupied positions)

  • Wage elements:
  • additional pay

IT 0008

basic pay

IT 0001

organisation

P

3000

  • Wage element:
  • basic pay (PSgroup/period)

CO

HR

150

K

O

OD

700

OM

(vacant positions)

2000

detailed

info?

IT 1015

cost planning

IT 1007

vacancy

C

no

IT 1018

cost distribution

27

yes

IT 1011

work schedule

IT 1015

cost planning

5%

  • Cost distribution:
  • internal orders (OD)

S

  • E.g..:
  • work schedule
  • GPL
  • direct valuation
  • ...

3000

  • Wage element:
  • GPL (average personnel costs)
the present i integration hr cost planner co
The present (I) Integration HR Cost Planner CO

Wage-type

HR

  • Infotype 0008
  • Infotype 0014
  • Infotype 0015

UM specific development

of drill down functionality

(two steps):

1. K or OD  S or P

2. Detail of S or P

Wage-element

Cost

Planner

  • Infotype 9008
  • Drill down functions within standard Cost Planner:
  • cost center (K)
  • request (OD)
  • object (O, P, S, C)

Cost element

CO

the present ii
The present (II)

‘Standard’

Cost Planner

functions

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Plan Scenario

Administration

the present iii
The present (III)

Personnel Cost Planning ‘finalized’

when transferred

from Cost Planner

to CO

…..

(HR Plan Version)

the future
The future

2002: R/3 Enterprise (‘4.7a’)

  • Ramp up (first shipments): start in July 2002
  • Far superior to the previous SAP Personnel Cost Planning solution
    • Based on separate planning Infotype
    • Data transfer to SAP BW for detailed analyses
    • SAP BW contains Personnel Cost Planning InfoCube
    • Continious improvements: web, portal, workflow
  • Install on DEV; install on PRD ?

2003: R/3 Enterprise (‘4.7b’)

  • Unrestricted availability: in the beginning of 2003
  • Install on PRD; expected to be mature

White Paper: see download section SAPnet

  • www.sap.com/solutions/hr/factsheets.asp
agenda21
Agenda

1. Universiteit Maastricht

- Brief introduction of the university

2. The past

- HERUG 2001 development request # 13

3. The present

- Pecaso Cost Planner, add on solution

4. The future

- SAP White Paper Personnel Cost Planning

5. Summary

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1

Planning run

1. View of cost center (K)

2. View of requests (OD)

3. Detailed view of requests (cost objects: persons, vacant positions, organisational units)

4. Detailed view of personnel costs (wage elements)

3

2

4

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Questions ?

E henny.claessens@bu.unimaas.nl

T +31 43 388 2510

F +31 43 388 4890

W www.unimaas.nl