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This year, I attended my fifth consecutive SAP TechEd event. I am continually drawn to this event for the opportunity to collaborate with industry specialists and to load up on innovative ideas and industry trends. It’s not only the things you learn from experts – but also the people you meet and the connections you make which makes this event so special to many SAP practitioners.

 

For me, the best thing about spending time with the SAP Community is having the opportunity to share ideas and learn from other like minded people. These ideas and thinking contribute to making my own work better, which, of course, helps me advance.  Some would argue that you’re as successful as the company you keep, and I can say from experience that there is a connection between our friends and who we are.

 

Here’s your chance to spend some time with some friends who made my SAP TechEd 2010 a successful event.  

–          Alisdair Templeton (winner SAP DemoJam Las Vegas 2010)

–          Matt Harding (winner SAP DemoJam Las Vegas 2010, SAP Mentor)

–          Graham Robinson (SAP Mentor)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In this three part PodCast series, we will reveal all the “behind the scenes” secrets of preparing a successful SAP DemoJam entry. We discuss all things which motivate and influence us, and the positive effects of seeking success. I hope this PodCast series will motivate you to seek your own success.

 

Link to the current PodCast

 

Podcast Notes:-

Time 

Comments / Content

0:00

Introduction and welcome

1:30

Drivers for the SAP DemoJam 2010 entry

3:00

What influences are we subject to?

11:00

Gateway talk

11:40

More influences

12:00

My meeting with Kaj

15:00

The Craig Cmehil effect

18:10

The BO on demand last minute entry

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kaj van de Loo, Craig Cmehil, Matt Harding, Alisdair Templeton, Oliver Bussmann

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  1. David Hull
    Enjoyed the podcast very much. Loved hearing the behind-the-scenes stuff. And the addition of the ewh soundbite at the end was classic.

    David

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