Progress takes many forms, but it involves moving forward and trying different things. This top 5 list of SAP Business Trends stories explores new ways to work, run a business, think about mobile and more.
|Dave Franco (center) and Vince Vaughn (right) are among the movie stars who posed for stock photos to help promote their new comedy “Unfinished Business,” which opened last week.|
A clever marketing campaign for the new comedy Unfinished Business gets everybody in on the joke — even people who haven’t seen the movie. With more than a punchline, Derek Klobucher tells how a Hollywood studio and a stock image company partnered to inspire one and all to participate.
Like a kid who gets to try something again, SAP S/4HANA offers another chance for companies to apply lessons learned — and not repeat previous mistakes. Harry Blunt shows off technology that provides an unprecedented way for firms to reinvent and reimagine their business.
Bureaucracy and non-productive tasks are driving up anti-work sentiment — and may finally be forcing organizations to reinvent the concept of work. Tom Loeffert examines a solutions-based economy via an alternative model that has already proven itself: movie making.
Mobile is about more than just the apps, according to SAP’s CEO. Fresh from Mobile World Congress, Bill McDermott links up a cohesive value chain that begins and ends with empathy for the individual user — regardless of the device he or she might be using.
Organizations that want to foster a culture of innovation must create spaces that inspire people. Andreas Hauser imagines an open environment where walls double as whiteboards, and workers can relax, share a beer and feel at home.