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Does your culture enable success? This week’s Top 5 Blog Posts on SAP Business Trends look at cultures that enable growth, value technology users of all ages and seek equality for everyone.

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Part of Sprinklr’s culture is to take an outdoor photo of new employees on their first day of work — even if it’s raining cats and dogs!

No. 1: Why You Need to Invest in Company Culture

The social media managers at Sprinklr have grown their company alongside the popularity of connecting with others online. Jeremy Epstein shares how the start-up practices what it preaches by going social with its culture, meetings and even corporate vocabulary.

No. 2: Information Technology is a Basic Human Right

Most SAP Business Trends readers know — or have — children with constant access to computers and smartphones. John Ward reminds us that some children have never used these technologies, even though they are becoming as essential as safe drinking water and immunization.

No. 3: International Women’s Day, 8th March 2014

March 8 was International Women’s Day. John Appleby looks at progress that women have made in business and on the SAP Community Network, as well as what lies ahead.

No. 4: Seeking a Job in Cloud-based Software Development? Top Skills Hiring Managers Look for – Part 1 of 2

Cloud companies are enjoying annual growth rates of around 100 percent, which bodes well for job seekers. Susan Galer reveals insights from industry experts about strategies that make candidates stand out when searching for the rewarding developer positions.

No. 5: Don’t Gamble with Your Supply Chain. Why Sourcing with Marketplace Platforms is the Smart Bet.

The biggest risk to supply chains is the suppliers. Debra Curtis-Magley supplies us with ways that companies can limit susceptibility to supplier problems, including the role marketplace platforms should play.

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