Many of our writers were in a traveling mood last week — not just taking the road to success, but to accuracy, innovation and even to cool.
|SAP slipped under the radar and became a rock star.|
No. 1: When Did SAP Become Cool?
Similar to Canadian rock band Rush’s lengthy road to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, SAP’s journey to cool has been long and noteworthy. In his second No. 1 smash in a row, Tim Clark takes the stage to show us what makes SAP such a superstar.
Fumblers make decisions with incomplete, unorganized data, while fact finders set their courses based on accurate, structured and timely information. Michelle Affleck studied up on five components of a successful fact finder’s strategy.
It turns out that you may not need a five-year plan. Tracey Arnish charts a course for success off the well-defined career development path.
The Discovery Channel uses Shark Week to engage its viewers via their iPads, smart phones and laptops, in addition to their televisions. Reed Hornberger dives into how businesses can engage with fans and prospects before, during and after an event.
Companies must deliver cutting-edge products to their increasingly tech-savvy customers immediately and consistently. Ramesh Ramakrishnan explores how in-memory, Big Data, cloud and other technologies can help companies innovate faster and surer.
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