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Ross Barnes-Moore05-Oct-2022 12:02:301 min read

Kanban for Remote SAP Project Delivery

Kanban - the practical way to adopt Agile for SAP remote projects.

If you’re like most companies, you’re striving to be more Agile.  But how do you adopt Agile ways of working in a complex, integrated ERP environment like SAP?  

Truth is, Agile for SAP is really difficult - for lots or reasons.


What is Kanban and how does it apply to SAP ?

Kanban has origins in Japanese Manufacturing and  is a method for managing product delivery with an emphasis on continuous delivery.

Kanban is visual, it enhances the flow of work and improves quality and throughput by reducing Work In Progress and exploiting bottlenecks.

The first step towards more Agile SAP delivery is to orient you and your SAP team on the fundamentals of Kanban which include a specific Get Agile with SAP add-on.


Agile Working for Remote SAP Delivery

Many of us have been forced into remote working due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

SAP teams found it hard to deliver projects with the luxury of face-to-face interaction. This new, enforced way of working adds an extra dimension of challenge and risk to an already difficult task.

Through our experience in IT and Business Process Outsourcing, We’ve worked in highly distributed delivery environments for 15+ years. Through our manufacturing backgrounds, we’ve been proponents of Kanban to drive visibility, prioritisation and progress.

In fact, Resulting is entirely run on a Kanban model.


Benefits of Kanban for SAP teams

  • Prevent Overburdening - Pull tasks through the Kanban Board when there is capacity available
  • Better Transparency - By using a Kanban Board, everyone is always informed of progress status
  • Improved Collaboration - Kanban uses focused stand up meetings to resolve blockers
  • Informed Decision Making - By improving collaboration, the decisions are made quickly with the correct stakeholders
  • Reduced Waste - Idle tasks are easily identified so remediation plans can be implemented
  • Continuous Delivery - By controlling the Work in Progress, teams focus remains on delivery


Register your interest today to start your Kanban for SAP training

If you’re interested in improving agility within your SAP delivery team and would like to attend this course, click the link and let us know. 


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