Sharing Knowledge? Should you do it? It is a waste of time. Our Jr. SAP people just want the easy way out. They want us to GIVE them the information. They wouldn’t pay attention to me if I tried to give them different ways to do things. They are just newbies without any real experience. So why share? So here’s my combination rant – and wonderful experience. I can’t believe what I’ve been reading. Hearing from fellow SAPiens. SCNers too! Wow – it’s a rough world out there. (Also have heard wonderful things.)h3. First my experience: I spent a short one hour class at Grand Valley University. I was asked to spend some time there by a forward thinking professor, Helen Klein. She had put out a call to SAP professionals to spend some time with her class presenting different concepts. And I thought – why not? One hour after work – I could handle that. I didn’t know what to expect. I did expect a lot of people to beginning working on their computers that were right in front of them. I expected attention to be middle of the road to low. WOW! I was surprised. I had the attention of a lot of the students. I would guess more than 3/4 of the class. That is a good amount. I’ve presented at Teched and had more people looking at their laptops, PDAs, next sessions etc. (Yes, I know we are all working while at Teched. 🙂 The point is the attention was a lot higher than expected.