Your IT department has seen better days. Your team members’ development concepts and methods are stuck somewhere in the last decade and you’re slowly starting to feel that your team only causes costs or tries to keep the lights on whilst drifting towards an unknown future. Indeed, you’re increasingly feeling an urge to break out of this stagnation, but you don’t know how to motivate your team to drive innovation. You’ve even heard about User Experience (UX) strategies but you’ve been wondering how to introduce them into your company in order to revive momentum and to pursue new goals.
Sound familiar to you? If so, come and get help by signing up for our new training course for IT managers!
The training will be held in German and will take place at the SAP AppHaus in Heidelberg, Germany.
In this interactive 1-day training course, you will:
- Learn how to set the right priorities for your UX topics and how to realize a UX roadmap based on value potential, reach, and user satisfaction within your company.
- Gain a high-level overview of the methods you can apply to identify and leverage your innovation potential, including using HANA, IoT, and Big Data to support potential new business areas and processes.
- Find out how to trigger a renewal of the user interfaces in your company in order to take the first steps towards a modern SAP Fiori environment.
Are You Looking for a Change?
This course will help you to change your IT organization in order to become more innovative and to see where and how innovative ideas can be created. Moreover, you will get to know methods with which you can create and realize your own UX strategy in order to bring your IT department into an active, leading position and to adapt to today’s changing boundary conditions.
As a final highlight, the training will close with an open discussion round in which you can exchange your questions and ideas with SAP leaders and experts from the Design & Co-Innovation Center.
Are You Interested?
We gladly welcome IT managers and project leads who deal with dissatisfied users and usability issues within their company. The requirements of this training are your willingness to replace traditional IT project management methods with agile, design-oriented methods to enable more innovative and user-centered development. Additionally, you should have a rough overview of the business processes in your systems and of your company’s usability challenges in order to actively take part in the session.
We are looking forward to a day full of insights and enriching conversations with you!