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Scrum vs. ASAP 8 Agile

Hi there,

currently I'm evaluating ASAP 8 Agile for implementing SAP solutions.

I'm familiar with Scrum, the roles and the artifacts. However, it seems like ASAP 8 Agile is like Scrum, but using other terms for the roles and artifacts.

Is there a comparison chart for Scrum and ASAP 8 Agile? This will help Scrum experts to speed up getting into ASAP 8 Agile.



PS: I'm a certified "Professional Scrum Master" of

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    Posted on Sep 12, 2014 at 03:16 PM

    Agile ASAP 8 uses the Scrum roles, Scrum ceremonies and Scrum artifacts. But the methodology roles are broader than the three roles given by Scrum.

    In a nutshell this is how the mapping looks like ASAP <--> Scrum:

    * Business Key Users are Product Owners (Business Sponsor or their designee plays Chief PO role on the SI side the PM/PgM plays this role)

    * Project Team is Project Team

    * SCRUM Master is SCRUM Master (and it is not done by PM if you were thinking about doing that I recommend you don't)

    Other roles like Project Manager, Solution Architect, OCM Lead and such are part of the project and may play role in the SCRUM process if that particular area of the project is managed in iterations.

    Agile ASAP project team manages backlog, uses burn-down charts, conduct daily standup, etc.

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