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Agile SAP: Introducing flexibility, transparency and speed to SAP implementations by Sean Robson

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CHAPTER 4: BUSINESS BLUEPRINT

Introduction to the approach

The main focus of Agile blueprinting is to build an initial product backlog, and accompanying documents, representing the main requirements for the project. To help clarify requirements, a baseline system can be built to validate requirements. Note that I have labeled these steps as ‘Iteration 0’ and ‘Iteration 1,’ whereas the new ASAP 8 Agile version defines Iteration 0 as the first iteration in realization. Although the nomenclature is different, the process is essentially the same. The demo system should reflect a subset of the backlog requirements and be leveraged in the realization phase. Blueprint is neither Scrum nor Kanban. It is interactive and visual, and several new tools are ...

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