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SAP University Alliances / Human Resources         Pädagogisches Landesinstitut Rheinland-Pfalz @ SAP Headquarters Walldorf

June 12, 2013, 9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.  – Walldorf, Germany

1.     Pädagogisches Landesinstitut Rheinland-Pfalz @ SAP Headquarters Walldorf

2.     Impressions

3.     Participants

4.     Agenda

5.     About the SAP University Alliances Program

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1. Pädagogisches Landesinstitut Rheinland-Pfalz @ SAP Headquarters Walldorf

On June 12, 2013, 30 teachers from different schools in Germany attended a dedicated Training Day organized by University Alliances and Human Resources at SAP. During the training day SAP employees from different departments talked about new innovations and projects as well as the tasks within their working area.

In order to create a pleasant working atmosphere and to get to know colleagues from other schools, the training day started with a brief introduction round. After presenting themselves the teachers listened to the presentation of Mathias Poppe-Nawabi. By showing concrete and practice-focused examples he illustrated the benefits and concepts of SAP HANA. In addition, he explained the Design Thinking approach and demonstrated the possibility of solving different problems by creating new prototypes in teams with people from various sectors. The following section focused on HR topics at SAP. Lothar Huber and Annika Zühlke presented the development of personal management processes and showcased the process of integrating employees by conducting different surveys as well as establishing special consultation hours for employees. 

After visiting the exhibition in the SAP pavilion and the tour around the SAP campus the second part of the training day started with the presentation of Christian Tempel who talked about the Humboldt concept which provides a lot of features like information platform tools. Gerhard Oettinger and Michael Nuernberg presented SAP University Alliances as well as the erp4school program. The event ended with the presentation of Michael Lang who introduced different education programs at SAP to the audience.

Many questions and comments from the teachers showed their interest in the presentations and keynotes. Especially topics like sustainability management as well as the development of programs for creating timetables in schools were discussed.

2. Impressions

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Mathias Poppe-Nawabi

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Lothar Huber

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Annika Zühlke

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Christian Tempel

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Michael Nürnberg

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Gerhard Oettinger

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Michael Lang

UA Team onsite:

Gerhard Oettinger, erp4school University Alliances, DACH
Inga Reich, UA Student
University Alliances, EMEA
Dr.-Ing. Michael Nuernberg, Operations & Govern. Manager, Strategic Projects, Global University Alliances

HR Team onsite:

Lothar Huber, HR BP Manager Deutschland, office of the CEO & Global Finance

Annika Zühlke, HR Business Partner Application Innovation, Region DACH

3. Participants

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4. Agenda

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5. About the SAP University Alliances Program

The SAP University Alliances Program (UAP) enables faculty from higher-education institutions to offer hands-on classroom
and lab experiences with SAP software to their students. SAP provides access to software licenses, instructional workshops and conferences for professors,
course materials, and other instructional support to colleges and universities worldwide.

A list of the more than 1,350 UA member universities worldwide can be found here: http://uaaroundtheworld.informatik.tu-muenchen.de/overview/start.htm.

Further information about the UAP can bef ound on the SAP University Alliances Community Portal (UAC) at http://uac.sap.com.

SAP University Alliances is part ofSolution and Knowledge Packaging headed by Bernd Welz.

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