Tag Archives: 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 […]

  • The Importance of Diversification In Your SAP Career


    Some  Diversification Is A Necessity When selecting an area to focus on in SAP and information technology in general, there are a number of factors a professional can consider. What kinds of jobs are available? What trends are just emerging? Are there any legacy systems to become familiar with and help transition to new technology? Plotting […]

  • Know More Than SAP – Your SAP Career Depends On It


    You’ve made the decision to invest in your SAP education. You’ve started the courses, you have a career path in an information technology department or consultation capacity mapped out, and you feel confident enough in your technology skills that you can achieve some success. Excellent. Now, what do you know about business? Some readers will […]

  • When Choosing An IT Career – Fill A Need – Consider SAP


    Filling a Need The supply and demand cycle is an interesting one to consider. Many people think they have a handle on it: individuals demand a product. A business supplies that product. If more businesses go on to supply that product, prices come down until, eventually, they reach equilibrium between supply, demand, and the price […]

  • Trading in Risk and Reward To Building a Career in SAP


    All too often, we hear advice geared towards either investors or employees, but rarely both. For employees, we commonly hear about how we should find a good, steady job with a stable company, preferably with benefits like health insurance and share options and pensions. For investors, we hear about how to diversify our portfolios, or […]