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What Is ASAP Methodology?
Choose your country's store to see books available for purchase. See if you have enough points for this item. Sign in. This book provides an overview of the process models, methods, and tools offered by SAP and its partners to support this complex and time-consuming process. Continuous Delivery. Jez Humble. Cloud Computing Bible. Barrie Sosinsky. Ralph Kimball. Franklin Martinez. Joey Hirao. Ranjit Mereddy. Larry Klosterboer. The Data Warehouse Lifecycle Toolkit. Data Modeling, A Beginner's Guide. Andy Oppel. The Practice of Cloud System Administration.
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So, for most of the activities of an SAP implementation, agile is probably not a good fit. Agile can be used for business intelligence activities on SAP projects. And, as Kat says, on customization to SAP. Since ERP implementation has 4 different levels of steak holders like Business Supper User, Functional Analyst, Technical Analyst and Developers, it consumes lot of time to maintain communication and iteration of any discussion. This can be minimized in a big percentage by applying agile process.
I would say that the project management method should be defined first, and Agile being more a development method does more apply on coding. Any experience of that? I just found it interesting how the culture of SAP was one of process over people. Meaning get the process right, and you should be able to swap out the people. And because SAP projects seem to experience the same cost over runs and delays as other software projects, my gut would tell me they can be highly non-linear too.
Would be interesting to take an agile approach and apply it to an SAP implementation. Until I try however, I can only speculate. Hi, I found your blogg on google and i really enjoyed it. Currently, I try to learn how agile development works and where the benefits over striclty linear processes are. Some of my thoughts:.leondumoulin.nl/language/pen/namor-2003-2004-8.php
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Imagine those big, ling-running implementation projects with well over 3 years. But this does not exclude agile, but to the contrary: I learned that the agile way with all its self-organizing teams will lead to wider spread knowledge of the overall project. So therefore, this just sounds like a good idea to be more agile in SAP projects. And new ones occured and have to be considered change requests right afterwards, which is quite costly. You need order processing, business partner handling, account management, billing, product data integration in order to run this system.
The question therefore is, if you gain something if you develop agile but still deliver linear just once after 3 years when everything is done. Or the risk might be that you spend too much time testing all the same stuff over and over again. It was interesting to read various experiences. I have been trying to implement agile in the SAP CE environment and stumbled across similar problems. Customisation can be expansive and senior management need to understand this. It works the way it works. What I would suggest is that a business involves more users in the selection process — which may result in the selection of a different products or vendor.
The traditional and painfully slow practice of selecting from large lists of pre-defined options is being replaced by building, activating, and assigning your own objects. In other words it is faster to build your own than to find a standard object or function that might or might not suit your needs. The build effort is also faster — so the iterations can happen more quickly. OTA has worked with Sap AG, Americas, Canada and Latin America since , conducting customer-facing education and consulting engagements, as well as supporting the deployment of SAP internal change initiatives in its field organizations.
Intended as an interactive presentation, this session is facilitated by a strategic change management professional from OTA that can describe the multiple facets of an SAP project implementation. It takes more than product or business knowledge to make an effective consultant. Designed specifically for internal or external consultants working on SAP projects, this highly acclaimed workshop allows participants to expand their interpersonal and organizational diagnostic skills.
Real-life project examples and simulations concentrate on proven techniques to maximize value to the project and the organization.
Pre-configured solutions are becoming the norm for enterprise software in the mid-size market. This puts new constraints on implementation teams and calls for new consulting approaches. Designed for consultants, team leads and project managers working on SAP projects leveraging pre-configured solutions, this workshop describes the new rules for success of these engagements.