DEI Lessons for Leaders: How Women in Tech are Impacting Change and Transformation

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  1. Building a Winning Culture For Data Analytics Excellence

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    A Series on Data Excellence By Deepa Salem, Vice President and Research Director, SAPInsider “Culture eats strategy for breakfast” – a quote commonly attributed to Peter Drucker, the management expert. This fact rings true today in the realm of enterprise data analytics strategy. Without a data culture that catalyzes the strategy and brings it to life, any...…

  2. Agriculture Commodity Scheduling

    Agriculture commodities follow a complex supply chain and are influenced by global demand and inventory levels along with local weather, harvest conditions, and freight availability. The commodities are traded, hedged, stored, and speculated in most of the world. The commodity therefore transacts through multiple entities before it is ultimately consumed by processing units for end-customer…

  3. Panel Discussion | Building the right culture for your SAP S/4HANA deployment

    Ensuring the success of your SAP S/4HANA deployment starts well before the deployment itself. This session provides the lens through which you can accurately access the influence and impact that you have on those you lead. You will understand with a 360 view the effect that the right culture will have on your team, and…

  4. Drive Finance Automation with Continuous Innovation Culture

    By Ogo Nwanyanwu, Research Director, SAPinsider   Digital transformation often starts with financial automation. Finance and accounting teams that embrace a “culture of continuous innovation,” are well-positioned to drive process optimization in support of financial automation adoption.  Key Takeaways: Organizations are adopting financial automation to manage increased complexities and demand facing today’s finance function  End-to-end financial process automation adoption is now a critical component of engaging a finance/accounting workforce...…

  5. Creating a Culture of Collaboration at Sargent & Lundy

    When power project services company Sargent & Lundy was faced with the need to empower new staff with the knowledge to succeed, business leaders recognized the immediate need for capturing expert knowledge from seasoned, in-house specialists before they reached retirement age. This institutional knowledge could – and should – be shared with their increasingly global…

  6. Why Your Automation Strategy Needs Both Culture and Technology

    Automation is on the forefront of both IT and business agendas in 2021. For leaders who are trying to build strategies and weigh their investments in automation must learn how to view their investments in automation through a long-term lens to get the most out of their projects. SAPinsider sat down with Avantra CTO Benrd...…

  7. Empowering FP&A Teams: Building a Culture of Analytics for Adapting to the ‘New Normal’

    For organizations, the definition of ‘normal’ is constantly changing. Access to data is no longer enough for organizations. Organizations need to convert data into insights to create enough knowledge to make better, faster, and smarter decisions. However, traditional data analytics methodology, forecasting, and scenario planning are rendered useless by the pace of change that the…

  8. How Finances Enters into the Analytics Culture Before Being Sidelined

    Click Here to View Session Deck. Finance, a business reality that turns around the closing of the ledger. Thousands of reports. Overworked teams. Increasingly complex business line demands. The pace of change accelerating. A reality shared by many. What if we took the liberty of starting from scratch and rethinking the way we organize our...…

  9. Women in Tech – Looking Beyond Bias and Barriers

    Gender equality in the workplace remains a work in progress. While the tech industry has been a key driver of change, women remain underrepresented in the industry. Global statistics reveal that men continue to occupy the C-suite at a disproportionate rate in tech, and despite improvements at the Board level, the tech industry still lacks…

  10. Value as a Service: Embracing the Coming Disruption

    As companies are shifting to a Value as a Service (VaaS) model, the focus becomes less on the delivery model and more on the value delivered. Effectively delivering VaaS requires a partnership between vendors and customers, one that is outcome-based, rather than a negotiated, transactional exchange of goods and services for money – and where…