Category Archives: SAP Career

  • Do You Have An SAP Mentor?

    Who you socialize with at work and what you do with your lunchtime and breaks is often a good indicator of where your career is headed and your upward trajectory. For example: do you spend a lot of time at the metaphorical water cooler, chatting with people? What do you talk about? Gossip about fellow […]

  • Be A Profitable Employee

    How much money do you make for your company each year? How much do you cost your company each year? Unless you’re in sales or marketing, there’s a good chance you don’t know the answers to those questions. You may not even realize that you make your company any money, or think that you cost […]

  • How To Find Your First SAP Job

    Finding your first job in SAP can be quite difficult because there is so much competition out there that you really have to put in the work to make sure that you stand out from the crowd. I received an email the other day from somebody looking to get their first job as an ABAP […]

  • The Value of Being Self-Sufficient

    “I love deadlines. I love the whooshing noise they make as they go by.” So said Douglas Adams, the famed author of such hits as Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy. Unfortunately for the rest of us, we are not famous authors and most of us don’t have the luxury of letting our deadlines lapse. Our […]

  • How To Pick The Field You Love

    There are certain types of people that somehow make an appearance at every office. One of them is the Negative Guy (or Girl, but we’ll use Guy for the sake of simplicity). He’s the one who always has something bad to say. If management hands down an assignment, project, procedure, or rule, he will find […]

  • SAP Skills – The Forest Versus the Trees

    Not everyone wants to start their own business, and who can blame them? It can be a pain more often than not – long hours, hiring and managing employees, managing a budget and expenses, dealing with vendors and customers. For many, working for someone else saves them from having to focus on areas that don’t […]

  • Why Should You Be A Specialist In SAP

    Can you explain how your car works? For many people, the explanation would be something like this: “I open the door, sit down in the driver’s seat, and I turn the key in the ignition. The engine starts up. I put my foot on the brake pedal, then I put the car in drive. I […]