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By Craig Cmehil on May 28, 2010
Today’s show I was joined by Martin Gillet, Michael Koch, Dennis Howlett, Jon Reed and Leonardo De Araujo. These 5 individuals all SAP Mentors, all friends (as well as my friends) and all passionate members of the SAP communities have put together their thoughts, opinions and ideas around the SAP Education and Certification programs. They […]
By Bob Warfield on May 28, 2010
You can learn a lot from simple things in life. Simple behaviors that run below the level of consciousness make decisions for us all the time. Take the humble gas pump as an example. Pretty simple to operate. Yet I noticed some time ago that gas station operators were changing the order in which they […]
By Tom Raftery on May 28, 2010
And here is this week’s Green numbers: Infographic: Gulf oil spill by the numbers Amazing infographic of BP’s Gulf of Mexico oil spill – puts it into perspective. tags: Gulf of Mexico, oilspill, bp, greennumbers Quantum teleportation achieved over 16 km Scientists in China have succeeded in teleporting information between photons further than ever before. […]
By Jason Busch on May 28, 2010
In my spring 2010 “predictions” conference presentation (which I’ve now given almost half a dozen times), one of the scenarios I posit for the future of procurement in the next five years is that finance will take a much more active stance and roll within the procurement function. I don’t think I’m alone in this […]
Innovation in BPO purgatory, Part II: Enterprise buyers are blaming themselves for innovation failure
By Phil Fersht on May 28, 2010
It is abundantly clear that enterprises buyers recognize that the blame lies a lot more in their camp than their provider’s, with well over a third citing poor change management and communications as a great concern, coupled with the fact that their current governance team has little juice internally to drive an innovation agenda.
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