Women in Tech - Looking Beyond Bias and Barriers

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    Women in Tech – Looking Beyond Bias and Barriers

    Reading time: 6 mins

    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…

  2. Use Global ATP to Trigger Time-Based Location Substitution in a Consolidation Environment

    Learn how to implement time-based location substitution using rules-based Available-to-Promise (ATP) in a consolidation scenario. An example from the chemical industry demonstrates how to set this up. Key Concept Inclusive rule strategies are used to determine the domain of products and the location substitutions that are possible based on the rules defined within the inclusive…...…

  3. Elevating HR to New Heights in the Cloud

    As companies continue to digitize their operations to adapt to a new business reality, there is one area in particular that is poised to reap significant rewards — HR. Digitized HR has the potential to not only streamline processes, but also boost employee satisfaction, increase retention, and attract new talent. For many SAP customers, digitizing…...…

  4. Why We Keep Making the Same Mistakes: Systemic Issues and Cultural Challenges

    George Anderson explains several systemic issues behind why SAP project and support teams keep re-living the same mistakes year after year and then provides several measures and actionable next steps you can take to remedy the problem. Key Concept Several systemic issues help explain why our SAP organizations are often destined to repeat past mistakes…....…

  5. A Conversation About Innovation, Collaboration, and Joining the Open-Source Movement

    This Q&A gets up close and personal with Stefanie Chiras, Red Hat’s Senior Vice President and General Manager of the Red Hat Enterprise Linux business unit. In this SAPinsider interview, Chiras shares details about her journey in the technology industry and in the SAP space in particular. She discusses the path that led to her…

  6. Building a Winning Culture For Data Analytics Excellence

    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…...…

  7. Diverse Perspectives Create Strategic Business Advantage

    Against a backdrop of energy transition and geopolitical turmoil, Equinor an international energy company headquartered in Norway with more than 20,000 employees worldwide, is undergoing transformation to move from a traditional oil and gas player to a broad energy company. It also As part of Equinor’s evolution, the company is looking to play a major…

  8. Building a Culture of Feedback to Optimize Pulse Surveys

    Pulse surveys can provide valuable employee data, but to ensure they are successful your company needs to build a culture of feedback.

  9. 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…

  10. 8 ways to reduce recruiting costs

    Looking to attract top talent without breaking the bank? Our latest blog reveals how to slash recruitment costs while boosting efficiency. Stay ahead in the talent game with strategies that work. Dive in to discover how!