Introduc)on	  Twan	  van	  den	  Broek	  •  Ciber	       –  Principal	  Technology	  Officer	  SAP	       –  Scrum	  master	...
Agenda	  The	  magic	  with	  scrum	  in	  the	  SAP	  world	                                                             ...
Scrum,	  the	  basics	  The	  magic	  with	  scrum	  in	  the	  SAP	  world	                                              ...
why ? do things differently
Imagine	  A	  perfect	  world?	  •  Close	  collaboraKon	  between	  business	  and	  IT	       –  From	  beginning	  to	 ...
Real	  life	  results	  Survey	  with	  team	  members	  that	  were	  scrum	  newbies	  •  Scrum	  process	  is	  clear,	...
Scrum	  in	  5	  seconds	  Overview	  scrum	  cycle	                                   11-­‐12-­‐12	  	  	  	  	  |	  	  	...
Roles	  in	  scrum	  Product	  owner,	  scrum	  master,	  team	  
Ar)facts	  in	  scrum	  Dashboard,	  Product	  backlog,	  Burndown	  chart	  
Ar)facts	  in	  scrum	  Product	  backlog	                              t Str eam rocess elease remen Priority stimate Sta...
Ar)facts	  in	  scrum	  Product	  backlog	                                11-­‐12-­‐12	  	  	  	  	  |	  	  	  	  12	  	  ...
Ar)facts	  in	  scrum	    Burndown	  chart	                                                                               ...
Mee)ngs	  in	  scrum	  Daily	  standup,	  Sprint	  planning	  and	  RetrospecBve	  
Mee)ngs	  in	  scrum	  Daily	  stand	  up	  meeBng	  
BUT …things are a bit different
Scrum,	  in	  the	  SAP	  world	  The	  magic	  with	  scrum	  in	  the	  SAP	  world	                                    ...
Real	  life	  feedback	  Ciber’s	  scrum	  experiences	  in	  the	  SAP	  world	  •  SOA	  project	  with	  SAP	  CRM,	  E...
Why	  is	  scrum	  within	  SAP	  world	  different?	  •  SAP	  won’t	  come	  as	  a	  greenfield	       –  Predefined	  ind...
SAP’s	  scrum	  addon	  to	  ASAP	                            11-­‐12-­‐12	  	  	  	  	  |	  	  	  	  20	  	  	  	  |	  	 ...
BEWAREscrum gets a bit hyped
PiDalls	  The	  magic	  with	  scrum	  in	  the	  SAP	  world	                                                            ...
Recognize	  piDalls	  Survey	  with	  team	  members	  that	  were	  scrum	  newbies	  •    A	  realisKc	  sprint	  scope	...
How	  to	  recognize	  a	  ‘scrumbut’	  Play	  the	  game	  by	  the	  book!	  •  Implement	  scrum	  with	  all	  kind	  ...
DON’Tbe a scrumdamentalist         be pragmatic
Results	  The	  magic	  with	  scrum	  in	  the	  SAP	  world	                                                            ...
Involvement	  and	  commitment	  par)cipants	  From	  day	  one,	  from	  all	  of	  them	  
Focus	  What	  adds	  the	  most	  business	  value	  
Collabora)on	  With	  customer	  and	  within	  team	  
Boost	  team	  performance	  With	  focus	  and	  collaboraBon	  
Con)nuously	  great	  insight	  BeIer	  decision	  making	  
Fun!	  For	  all	  
Key	  takeaways	  The	  magic	  with	  scrum	  in	  the	  SAP	  world	                                                    ...
Key	  takeaways	  Scrum	  will	  change	  the	  way	  we	  do	  projects	                                                 ...
there is no magic
there is no magic, it’sYOU …
Contact	  informa)on	                                                                                                     ...
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Scrum is magic. Scrum is a silver bullet. Scrum will solve all your project issues... Really? Don't believe in fairy tales! Scrum can sure help you boost your team performance and spirit. Real life experience from 6 projects doing scrum within the SAP world.

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Magic of scrum with SAP

  1. 1. Introduc)on  Twan  van  den  Broek  •  Ciber   –  Principal  Technology  Officer  SAP   –  Scrum  master  /  coach  SAP  projects  (2009)   –  SAP  NetWeaver  soluKon  architect  (2007)  •  SAP  related   –  SAP  project  experience  since  1995   –  SAP  Mentor   –  Blogger  on  scn.sap.com  •  Web   –  www.twanvandenbroek.nl   –  nl.linkedin.com/in/tbroek   –  twiTer.com/tbroek   11-­‐12-­‐12          |        2        |        ©2012  Ciber,  Inc.  
  2. 2. Agenda  The  magic  with  scrum  in  the  SAP  world       11-­‐12-­‐12          |        3        |        ©2012  Ciber,  Inc.  
  3. 3. Scrum,  the  basics  The  magic  with  scrum  in  the  SAP  world       11-­‐12-­‐12          |        4        |        ©2012  Ciber,  Inc.  
  4. 4. why ? do things differently
  5. 5. Imagine  A  perfect  world?  •  Close  collaboraKon  between  business  and  IT   –  From  beginning  to  the  end  •  ConKnuously  deal  with  changing  insights   –  Improve  the  quality  of  your  outcome  •  Short  lead  Kmes   –  Focus  on  top  prio  –  always  •  Understand  what  is  being  built   –  From  day  1   11-­‐12-­‐12          |        6        |        ©2012  Ciber,  Inc.  
  6. 6. Real  life  results  Survey  with  team  members  that  were  scrum  newbies  •  Scrum  process  is  clear,  provides  focus  and  feels  comfortable   to  work  with  •  CollaboraKon  within  team  and  team  spirit  •  Scrum  dashboard  provides  clear  overview  on  team  tasks  and   priority   11-­‐12-­‐12          |        7        |        ©2012  Ciber,  Inc.  
  7. 7. Scrum  in  5  seconds  Overview  scrum  cycle   11-­‐12-­‐12          |        8        |        ©2012  Ciber,  Inc.  
  8. 8. Roles  in  scrum  Product  owner,  scrum  master,  team  
  9. 9. Ar)facts  in  scrum  Dashboard,  Product  backlog,  Burndown  chart  
  10. 10. Ar)facts  in  scrum  Product  backlog   t Str eam rocess elease remen Priority stimate Status Sprint P R i E Requ 11-­‐12-­‐12          |        11        |        ©2012  Ciber,  Inc.  
  11. 11. Ar)facts  in  scrum  Product  backlog   11-­‐12-­‐12          |        12        |        ©2012  Ciber,  Inc.  
  12. 12. Ar)facts  in  scrum   Burndown  chart   Product Backlog is living document, continuous increase Flatliner: Things get done but scope increasesScope added and deleted Only low prio scope left at go-live 11-­‐12-­‐12          |        13        |        ©2012  Ciber,  Inc.  
  13. 13. Mee)ngs  in  scrum  Daily  standup,  Sprint  planning  and  RetrospecBve  
  14. 14. Mee)ngs  in  scrum  Daily  stand  up  meeBng  
  15. 15. BUT …things are a bit different
  16. 16. Scrum,  in  the  SAP  world  The  magic  with  scrum  in  the  SAP  world       11-­‐12-­‐12          |        17        |        ©2012  Ciber,  Inc.  
  17. 17. Real  life  feedback  Ciber’s  scrum  experiences  in  the  SAP  world  •  SOA  project  with  SAP  CRM,  ECC,  PI,  BI  and  non  SAP  (Public   transport,  2009)    •  SAP  PI  implementaKon  (Employment  agency,  2010)  •  SAP  CRM  implementaKon  (Interna5onal  manufacturer,  2010)  •  SAP  ECC  implementaKon  and  European  roll  out  (Interna5onal   building  materials  group,  2011)  •  SAP  ECC  with  IS  Waste  implementaKon  (Waste  management,   2011)  •  SAP  CRM  upgrade  (Learning  and  literature,  2012)  •  Syclo  SMART  work  manager  implementaKon  (U5li5es,  2012)   11-­‐12-­‐12          |        18        |        ©2012  Ciber,  Inc.  
  18. 18. Why  is  scrum  within  SAP  world  different?  •  SAP  won’t  come  as  a  greenfield   –  Predefined  industry  soluKons   –  Standard  configuraKon  opKons     –  Best  pracKces  /  SAP  accelerators  •  Project  team(s)  built  with  specialists  in  stead  of   mulKdisciplinary  teams  •  MulKple  product  owners   11-­‐12-­‐12          |        19        |        ©2012  Ciber,  Inc.  
  19. 19. SAP’s  scrum  addon  to  ASAP   11-­‐12-­‐12          |        20        |        ©2012  Ciber,  Inc.  
  20. 20. BEWAREscrum gets a bit hyped
  21. 21. PiDalls  The  magic  with  scrum  in  the  SAP  world       11-­‐12-­‐12          |        22        |        ©2012  Ciber,  Inc.  
  22. 22. Recognize  piDalls  Survey  with  team  members  that  were  scrum  newbies  •  A  realisKc  sprint  scope  •  Clear  roles  and  responsibiliKes  •  Manage  integraKon  between  parallel  running  teams  •  Backlog  quality   11-­‐12-­‐12          |        23        |        ©2012  Ciber,  Inc.  
  23. 23. How  to  recognize  a  ‘scrumbut’  Play  the  game  by  the  book!  •  Implement  scrum  with  all  kind  of  tweaks   –  Fixed  price  per  point   –  Quality  gates   –  Planning  all  sprints  ahead  •  “Our  sprints  are  3  months”    •  A  ‘die-­‐hard’  project  manager  playing  scrum  master  •  Manage  scrum  as  a  waterfall   –  Product  backlog  is  fixed   –  Velocity  as  a  goal   11-­‐12-­‐12          |        24        |        ©2012  Ciber,  Inc.  
  24. 24. DON’Tbe a scrumdamentalist be pragmatic
  25. 25. Results  The  magic  with  scrum  in  the  SAP  world       11-­‐12-­‐12          |        26        |        ©2012  Ciber,  Inc.  
  26. 26. Involvement  and  commitment  par)cipants  From  day  one,  from  all  of  them  
  27. 27. Focus  What  adds  the  most  business  value  
  28. 28. Collabora)on  With  customer  and  within  team  
  29. 29. Boost  team  performance  With  focus  and  collaboraBon  
  30. 30. Con)nuously  great  insight  BeIer  decision  making  
  31. 31. Fun!  For  all  
  32. 32. Key  takeaways  The  magic  with  scrum  in  the  SAP  world       11-­‐12-­‐12          |        33        |        ©2012  Ciber,  Inc.  
  33. 33. Key  takeaways  Scrum  will  change  the  way  we  do  projects   aily  in sights    Deal  with  d r  bulle t p   ve  j ust  sto i s  no  sil ithout,Scrum    W ronmen t     r  is  key o ur  envi uct  ow ne  Th ink  of  y Prod   holder s a gmaKc    all  sta ke  and  pr Involve  Be  firm y   ss  agilit e  busine Increas 11-­‐12-­‐12          |        34        |        ©2012  Ciber,  Inc.  
  34. 34. there is no magic
  35. 35. there is no magic, it’sYOU …
  36. 36. Contact  informa)on   Tw an nd va m: en t: +31 62 Bro f: +31 97 ek twa +31 40 232 35 952 ww n.van. 40 232 90 90 w @tb .twan den.br 90 91 roe van oek k d e n @c Cib bro iber. ek. Me er Ned nl com erk Pos olla erland 560 tbus 8 an 15 BV ww 0 AV E 43 w.c ibe indho r.nl ven 11-­‐12-­‐12          |        37        |        ©2012  Ciber,  Inc.  
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