Category Archives: SAP Career

  • Making Yourself Profitable

    Every employee costs a company something. That equation tends to vary depending on the industry and what position an employee holds, but generally, the cost is broken down in a few ways.   Salary is the first obvious cost. Every employee receives some kind of compensation, whether it’s an hourly wage or an annualized salary. […]

  • Keeping Up

    So, you’ve just finished your certification program/graduated from school with a degree in IT/completed a course of study on the latest technology trends. Congratulations! Now that your education is all finished, you might be wondering what you should do now. Other than finding a job, that is. Employment is critical, of course, but there are […]

  • Re-Invigorating Your Work Life – Manufacturing Your Own Excitement

    Think about your first few days or weeks at a new job. You’re surrounded by challenges at virtually every turn: there are new internal systems to learn, new people to interact with, and new tasks to conquer. Everything seems like a novelty, and the work is initially enjoyable. Then, time starts passing. You find yourself […]

  • Living in the Moment – Your Ambition Right Now

    It’s important to be ambitious. As a society, we are driven – in our jobs, we are constantly seeking new opportunities, new ways to increase our earning potential, and more challenging careers. Without this drive and ambition, we would stagnate. Economies would stop growing, wealth would dwindle, and we would lose our sense of purpose. […]

  • Respecting Authority

    Anyone who works has a boss. You might consider yourself “your own boss.” But, chances are, you know your customers are your real bosses. Or, you may actually have a manager in your company who is responsible for being your boss. Generally, even if you work for yourself, you are always working for someone else. […]

  • Everyday Victories For SAP Professionals

    We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit. With this quote, Aristotle describes something that many workers tend to forget. While natural talent accounts for some amount of success, “excellence” more often comes from hard work and discipline. When discussing success, we often think of long-term goals and […]

  • Anticipating Your SAP Clients’ Needs

    When you go shopping at a department store, depending on which one you choose, you could be in for any of a number of different experiences. You might walk in and find a reasonable selection of clothing and other items for reasonable, mid-range prices. Someone might be out on the floor, re-stocking inventory or cleaning […]