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Approach and experiences of the first Agile SAP project in the Netherlands where SAP, Scrum and Smart go hand in hand together.

Approach and experiences of the first Agile SAP project in the Netherlands where SAP, Scrum and Smart go hand in hand together.

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  • 1. Agile SAP: Mission Impossible?
    Twan van den Broek
    SAP SDN VirtualCommunityDay
    24 September 2009
  • 2.
  • 3. Intro
    Twan van den BroekPrincipal Consultant CIBER NLScrum master@tbroek“Agile can not work within the SAP world”
    (Sander Hoogendoorn)Principal Technology Officer Capgemini and Agile evangelistAgile Coach@aahoogendoornAuthor
    A.C.W. van den Broek
    3
    Agile SAP: Mission Impossible
  • 4. Agenda
    Lessons Learned
    Experiences
    Background
    Approach
    Project
    Closure
    Intro
    4
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  • 5. GammamijnNS / Refund
    NS.nl
    RTS
    Balie
    Balie
    Automaat
    ccInternet
    ccOVCP
    SAP
    CRM
    VCM
    CECURE
    R/3
    Finance Center
    ccKlantsystemen
    TLS
    ccTicketing
    SAP XI
    LocAL
    BOM
    LDM
    Automaat
    NS
    L2EPS
    L3CPS
    ETDS
    Amersfoort
    CardInformationService
    Engraved IDChip IDConversie
    L4CCHS
    TLS
    System landscape
    5
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  • 6. Solution Architecture in 5 layers
    6
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  • 7. Plotting SAP solutions in Solution Architecture
    ccBPM
    XI
    CRM
    R/3
    7
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  • 8. Agenda
    Agile SAP: Mission Impossible
    8
    Lessons Learned
    Experiences
    Background
    Approach
    Project
    Closure
    Intro
    Goal
    Phases
    Architecture
  • 9. Project phases
    Phase n
    Extend functionality/ travel products
    oct09-dec10
    Oct 09
    Phase 2
    Prepare country wide roll out
    feb09-sept09
    Feb 09
    Sept 08
    Phase 1
    Settle basis
    sept08-feb09
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  • 10. Project waterfalls
    Waterfall issues:
    • Lots of discussions during business design
    - Delivery final versions of designs took long due to reviews
    • Time pressure ‘given’ to realization team
    • 11. Working on ‘illegal’ versions of design
    • 12. No efficient preparation of testing activities
    • 13. Very difficult to keep focus within the team
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  • 14. Waterfall according to Dr. Winston W. Royce (1970)
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  • 15. But we seem to forget the way back
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  • 16. ASAP Project approach
    13
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  • 17. Agenda
    Agile SAP: Mission Impossible
    14
    Lessons Learned
    Experiences
    Background
    Approach
    Project
    Closure
    Intro
    Why differently
    Planning
    Smart / Scrum
    Project team
  • 18. Project approach
    Goals different approach
    - Team focus on solution
    - Deal with changing insights and priorities
    - Delivery in iterations
    - Involve environment (Business, BA&A) in design and demo’s
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  • 19. What is Scrum?
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  • 20. Scrum process
    Final delivery
    Delivery
    Sprint/Iteration 2
    Delivery
    Sprint/Iteration 1
    Analyze
    Analyze
    Analyze
    Realize
    Specify
    Realize
    Realize
    Specify
    Specify
    Accept
    Accept
    Accept
    Test
    Test
    Test
    Sprint 1
    Sprint 2
    Sprint 3
    Product BacklogList with highlevel
    requirements
    Expected product
    17
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  • 21. Smart software life cycle
    18
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  • 22. Smart
    Smart Use Cases
    YAGNI, Agile requirements
    Identifying smart use cases
    Modeling smart use cases
    Modeling services to smart use cases
    Smart estimation
    Smart use case stereotypes
    Smart estimation poker
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  • 23. Teaming the project
    Product owner
    Responsible for gathering all business requirements
    Difficulty: No ‘real’ business owner
    Scrum team
    Business analyst /2
    Information analyst /1,5
    SAP CRM /1
    SAP XI/ BPM /2
    SAP ABAP /1
    .NET developer /1
    Test /2
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  • 24. Designing together with business
  • 25. Modeling smart use cases
  • 26. Estimating smart use cases
  • 27.
  • 28. Product Backlog
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  • 29. Project wall with dashboard
    26
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  • 30. Daily scrum meeting
  • 31. Agile SAP: Mission Impossible
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    Demo and review to conclude every sprint
  • 32. Acceptance test
  • 33. Agenda
    Lessons Learned
    Experiences
    Background
    Approach
    Project
    Closure
    Intro
  • 34. Project Burn down chart
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  • 35. Project statistics
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    32
  • 36. Project statistics /2
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    33
  • 37. Experiences
    High speed project
    Day to day focus on scope
    Connecting roles and teams
    Change management in and outside, “Agile will not work in the SAP world”
    Skeptical attitude turned into faith towards end
    “Just do it” approach
    Documentation is up to date
    Very agile to changing requirements
    Planning insight
    Discussions on priorities in stead of deadlines
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  • 38. Enthusiastic on project and approach
  • 39. Agenda
    Lessons Learned
    Experiences
    Background
    Approach
    Project
    Closure
    Intro
  • 40. Lessons learned
    Realistic scope for sprint backlog Too much will discourage team
    Focus team on delivery Prevent busy with everything
    Involve project environment Prevent reviews afterwards
    Be firm in following approach Prevent to catch up old habits
    Transition to maintenance Involve during iterations
    Project team on onelocation Prevent communication gaps
    Use project wall/ dashboard Facilitates discussions
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  • 41. Agenda
    Lessons Learned
    Experiences
    Background
    Approach
    Project
    Closure
    Intro
  • 42. Key take a ways
    Scrum is a process, Smart is complementary and offers techniques in addition
    A good, flexible architecture is precondition for a high speed start
    The product owner is key role to success
    Manage fear for changes, both within team as within environment
    Facilitate the team to collaborate
    Agile / SOA / SAP project: Think in services, focus on processes, deliver in iterations
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  • 43. Contact
    Agile SAP: Mission Impossible
    Twan van den Broek
    CIBER Nederland BV
    Meerkolklaan 15
    Postbus 843
    5600 AV Eindhoven
    M : +31 (0)6 29 735 952
    T : +31 (0)40 232 90 90
    F : +31 (0)40 232 90 91
    E : twan.van.den.broek@ciber.nl
    I : www.ciber.nl
    twanvdbroek.blogspot.com
    So, Agile is not only working within the SAP world …
    It will change doing SAP projects
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  • 44. More …
    ESME: anatomy of a community based project https://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/scn/weblogs?blog=/pub/wlg/10758Dennis Howlett
    What is Scrum?http://www.scrumalliance.org/learn_about_scrumScrum alliance
    SAP Scrum: An agile approach to deliver what is really requiredhttps://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/scn/weblogs?blog=/pub/wlg/13378Twan van den Broek
    Agile SAP: Mission Impossible?https://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/scn/weblogs?blog=/pub/wlg/14973Twan van den Broek
    Is ASAP the best we can do now?https://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/scn/weblogs?blog=/pub/wlg/13745Vijay Vijayasankar
    Iterations in Smarthttp://www.smartusecase.com/SmartLifecycle.ashxSander Hoogendoorn
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