It brings many sides of the SAP Expert recognition, valuable participation X overrates, cultural features and many other branches of this interesting subject. So, please, feel free to add your thoughts, critics and suggestions to this blog and its comments. We promise a very profitable debate!!
After this nice time with them, some topics still miss “definite” solutions:
– how to recognize an expert when recruiting consultants?
– are experts a must for complex projects?
– is there a way to measure a better ROI when using experts in the project?
– what are the multi features which build an expert?
From my side, I can say I never dreamt of being a SAP Consultant when I was a kid. I wanted to be a physician. Life wneet by, and after being a Language Teacher and Armored Cars builder, I have been a SAP consultant for almost a decade and I`m very happy with it. I try to be an expert and recognized as one. Volunteer recognition, not those you ask for, like you can do in LinkedIN. I’m working now to be a Mentor, like Michelle ad other friends of mine, Marcelo Ramos and Tobias Hoffman.
This will bring, for a while, total satisfaction to me. To be considered as capable as thery are.
Then, some other aspects come up: and the Expert X team environment? What if an Expert Team?