Finding out how to best reach people with technology is what this week’s Top 5 blog posts on SAP Business Trends is all about. Whether you’re trying to train employees via a mobile device, tailor an experience to a specific sports fan, or broaden someone’s field of vision, this content’s got you covered.

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Mobile learning may solve the legitimate problem of training people even when they are unable to access a computer.

No. 1: To Train, and How to Train: That is the Question

Remember podcasts, YouTube and wikis? A lot of corporate training fads have come and gone, so Edward Cohen explains why he thinks mobile learning is more than hype — he even has a list of the most common misconceptions about mobile.

No. 2: Just When You Thought Madison Square Garden Couldn’t Get Any Cooler… It Found a Way

New York City’s Madison Square Garden is one of the busiest entertainment venues in the world, hosting about 350 often-sold-out events per year. Ryan Somers examines how the Madison Square Garden Co. and SAP deliver a personalized experience to each of the arena’s patrons.

No. 3: The Big Data of You

Smart jackets and data-collecting toothbrushes were among the user-centric technology on showcase at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas last week. That’s why Debra Curtis-Magley predicts 2014 will the year of the user, who will be driven by an unprecedented appetite for personal data.

No. 4: VIDEO: A Network Runs Through It: Conversations on the Future of Business

People often work in silos that limit their vision and networks, as well as their ability to explore issues across silos. Jim Fields talked with business and academic leaders about how people can better discuss pressing business issues, such as innovation, customer centricity and resource optimization.


No. 5: How Oculus Rift Will Invade Next Gen Business Processes

If you think today’s game consoles can take you to another world, wait until you experience Oculus Rift, a next-generation headset designed for immersive gaming. Tim Clark dives head-first into virtual reality, exploring how it could invade everyday work processes from manufacturing to logistics and more.

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