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Methodology and tools for fit/gap analysis?

I will be holding a local fit/gap workshop in relation to a global template.

What tools/methods should I incorporate? Seems a bit unfair to the audience if we just read the BBP together :)

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  • Nov 17, 2017 at 12:02 PM

    Can you be more specific with what your point is with the workshop? Are you filling out a BBP, are you making a fit analysis of scope-items, are you going to demo a system with transactions? A bit more specific would help us help you with inspiration to what might be a cool idea.

    If you have already done the workshop, please share the process and outcome to get feedback aswell.

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    • Thank you so much for the detailed answer Magnus!

      In regards to the problem, it sounds very complicated but when looking at the facts, very simple. I personally had to make a little drawing with company Y and X, Country A, B and C. There it helped to understand how they interacted, to understand the concept of what is important when dealing with the current problem.

      The act of focusing on a good relationship firsthand, is a stellar approach to get into the problem. If nobody trusts you, then how can you help them? Creating a common grounds for a good cooperation is great way of thinking. Both between company areas and internally between coworkers.

      Regarding the Workshop itself, can you go into a bit more detail in how you managed to facilitate it? Design Thinking is a large area of expertise containing many different tools and techniques. How did it fit into methodology in relation to SAP Activate (if you are following this)?

      Did you do any specific preparation, workshop related or other, before meeting with Company Y in Country C and doing the workshop?

      -Anne