How to get started with the new ASAP Methodology For Implementation 7.

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Ann Rosenberg, Global Business Process Management Lead, SAP FS Global Project Management Office, External Lecturer IT University of Copenhagen, Leading the BPM RoundTable SAP University Alliances ann.rosenberg@sap.com

Jan Musil, Director, SAP FS Global Project Management Office jan.musil@sap.com

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Presentation Objective Our objective is to educate the attendees about the new. / Page 3 . All rights reserved. refreshed and streamlined ASAP implementation methodology and its use in delivery projects. Topics covered in today’s session Why change – new realities What is ASAP – level set and value proposition Key ASAP improvements including structure and taxonomy Walk through the individual phases of project delivery Provide links to materials and other information for further study © SAP AG 2010.

Modularity: ASAP Business Add-ons 4. All rights reserved. Key ASAP improvements 3.Agenda 1. Why new ASAP methodology – the new realities Why new ASAP ASAP business benefits ASAP methodology overview 2. / Page 4 . High-level overview of ASAP phases 5. How to access ASAP © SAP AG 2010.

All rights reserved. scale) © SAP AG 2010. / Page 5 .Streamlining ASAP to Facilitate Faster Time to Value and Lowering of TCO/TCI Customer Quality Lower TCI /TCO Faster time to value (speed.

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repeatable and rich implementation methodology to streamline projects.AcceleratedSAP Methodology Delivering Successful Solutions Description AcceleratedSAP (ASAP) provides a proven.com/asap © SAP AG 2010. All rights reserved. upgrades.sap. strategic studies and more. BPM and traditional implementation projects Drive combined Business Process and IT Architecture approach (E2E) Covers entire project life-cycle – from evaluation through delivery to post project solution mgmt and operations More info http://service. Benefits Reduced total cost of implementation through streamlined and modular implementation roadmap that provides content rich implementation accelerators. ASAP covers implementations. comprehensive. templates and guides Industry standard aligned project management process and guidelines – PMI PMBOK Achieve transparency of value delivery through consistent business case reflection Enables efficient project governance and quality management Efficient guidance for SOA. / Page 7 .

Why new ASAP methodology – the new realities 2. Key ASAP improvements Complete life-cycle coverage Streamlined ASAP New content areas 3. High-level overview of ASAP phases 5.Agenda 1. Modularity: ASAP Business Add-ons 4. All rights reserved. How to access ASAP © SAP AG 2010. / Page 8 .

/ Page 9 . All rights reserved.The new ASAP Methodology supporting multiple lifecycles Process Lifecycle • BPM Method • BPM Technology To Be De sig n Application Lifecycle • Implementation Methodology • Aplication Management System Project Lifecycle • Project standards aligned with PMI PMBOK • PM Tools Value Lifecycle • Value Management • Value Tools Process Owner CIO Project Manager Business Unit Owner © SAP AG 2010.

BPM. All rights reserved.New ASAP Significantly Improves Quality of Content Over Entire Delivery Lifecycle Delivery Project Preparation Blueprint Realization Final Preparation Go-Live Support Run Run New ASAP extends coverage to the entire value chain Embedding Value Management. Testing. SOA. SAP Solution Manager. © SAP AG 2010. etc. / Page 10 . OCM. … Significantly streamlined traditional ASAP Significantly revised content for areas like Blueprint.

/ Page 11 . and when to do it Why and how you should do it Accelerators. templates Who participates Subject area © SAP AG 2010. All rights reserved.Roadmap Adds Value to the Implementation What to do. samples.

/ Page 12 .10 – current release (2009) New ASAP Methodology Phase Deliverable group Deliverable Streamlined WBS Phase Work stream Deliverable Sub-deliverable Sub-deliverable Activity Task Output © SAP AG 2010.Streamlined Work Breakdown Structure in ASAP Roadmap WBS Structure ASAP V3. All rights reserved.

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Agenda 1. Key ASAP improvements 3. Why new ASAP methodology – the new realities 2. How to access ASAP © SAP AG 2010. High-level overview of ASAP phases 5. / Page 14 . All rights reserved. Modularity: ASAP Business Add-ons 4.

Modeling. Integrated Service Delivery. Includes standard SAP Service references Value-added accelerators. All rights reserved.g. / Page 15 Delivers solution or industry specific implementation content Can be switched on/off based on project needs Designed to support implementable steps/solutions Uses core ASAP 7 content as basis .g. Business Add-on packages deliver this content ASAP Core with Add-ons defines specific project deliverables (e.Modular content delivery through ASAP Business Add-Ons KEY MESSAGE ASAP Core does not contain solution or industry specific content. templates and samples Establishes “anchor” points for solution/industry/project type add-ons © SAP AG 2010. Value Delivery. e. SOA etc. WBS) Core ASAP 7 – common project deliverables Phase Work stream Deliverable Sub-Deliverable Deliverable Sub-Deliverable Scenario “Demand Planning” Process 1 Process Step 1 ASAP Business Add-on – industry or solution focused Sub-Deliverable Standard deliverables for entire delivery project lifecycle Streamlined – reduced complexity Emphasizes new and strategic areas.

ASAP WBS: Concept of Core and Add-Ons KEY MESSAGE Example: HR – business implementation content ASAP Business Add-on delivers industry or solution specific methodology and business content for implementation out of the box Core ASAP – common project deliverables Phase Work stream Deliverable Sub-Deliverable ASAP Add-on – industry or solution focused Sub-Deliverable Deliverable Sub-Deliverable Scenario “Employee Performance Management” Process: Flexible Performance Management Process Step: Create Corporate Goals Services Services Business Content © SAP AG 2010. / Page 16 . All rights reserved.

ASAP Business Add-ons: Deliver and Deployment Business process implementation content Download Add-ons are delivered via SAP Service Marketplace and BPX Community Deploy Add-ons are activated and available in SAP Solution Manager and SAP Enterprise Modeling by IDS Scheer* SAP Service Marketplace SAP Solution Manager SAP BPX SAP Enterprise Modeling by IDS Scheer *Only ASAP Business Add-Ons with business process content (optional for use). © SAP AG 2010. / Page 17 . All rights reserved.

High-level overview of ASAP phases 5. Why new ASAP methodology – the new realities 2. How to access ASAP © SAP AG 2010. Key ASAP improvements 3. Modularity: ASAP Business Add-ons 4. / Page 18 .Agenda 1. All rights reserved.

transition to support processes Capture requirements. document solution and technical design Complete the preparation for system cutover Run implemented SAP solution © SAP AG 2010. plan and set up your SAP project Implement business and process requirements based on the Business Blueprint Initial production support after cutover.0 – Roadmap Phases Project Preparation Blueprint Realization Final Preparation Go-Live Support Run Initiate. All rights reserved.ASAP Methodology for Implementation 7. / Page 19 .

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Why new ASAP methodology – the new realities 2. / Page 21 . High-level overview of ASAP phases 5.Agenda 1. Key ASAP improvements 3. All rights reserved. Modularity: ASAP Business Add-ons 4. How to access ASAP © SAP AG 2010.

sdn.ASAP on BPX http://www. All rights reserved. / Page 22 .sap.com/irj/bpx/asap © SAP AG 2010.

sap. / Page 23 .sdn.Modeling Handbook http://wiki. All rights reserved.com/wiki/display/ModHandbook/SAP+ Modeling+Handbook+-+Modeling+Standards © SAP AG 2010.

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Agenda 1. Key ASAP improvements 3. Modularity: ASAP Business Add-ons 4. All rights reserved. High-level overview of ASAP phases 5. / Page 26 . Closing – The new driving license © SAP AG 2010. How to access ASAP 6. Why new ASAP methodology – the new realities 2.

BPM Technology (Business to Model and Modeling to execution) Link between Business Governance. Process Governance and IT Governance Trained. BPX Associate and Professional SAP UA BPM and EA Curriculum SDN/BPX Community http://www.sap.sap.com/irj/bpx http://www. Project Manager.The new driving license The driving license to work in the “Real world BPM in an SAP Environment” SKILLS & RESOURCES Mindset METHODOLOGY Core ASAP and ASAP Business add-ons TOOLS Governance Management SAP Solution Manager.sdn. certified and experienced. / Page 27 .com/irj/bpx/bpm http://www. All rights reserved.sdn.sdn.com/irj/bpx/asap SAP Modeling Handbook BPM Use Cases TRAINING COMMUNITY © SAP AG 2010.sap.

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