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Author's profile photo Tammy Powlas

Build Your Skills for #SAP User Group S/4HANA Webinar Summary

This was a webcast from last week for the global SAP user group.

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Skills gap are a key concern
Why is it a concern?
Not able to innovate effectively

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Moving to S/4HANA is the baseline

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Four skills are important

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Training for those professionals; look at SAP Learning Journeys
Learning Hub with certification

Moving to the SAP user – Enable Now, Experience Management

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SAP Learning Journey, Open SAP courses, SAP Learning Hub

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More than 1 million unique learners

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Live sessions, learning rooms,

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Structured around products and roles

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Start with overview
Deeper knowledge

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Live class

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S/4HANA overview across channels

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Pairing live classrooms with virtual experience, and finalize with certification
Program is 3-5 months duration

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Certification exams
Can schedule any time, flexible
24 x 7
More than 100 certifications
Digital badges to show certifications

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SAP user experience

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Companies need this to be successful

Q: Advice for business users, plans for SAP product implementation
A: Learning Hub – full flexibility; relevant for all working on the project


What do you think?  Have you tried blended learning?

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      Author's profile photo Jocelyn Dart
      Jocelyn Dart

      Hi Tammy, Everyone should also add openSAP microlearning to their favourites list! These are nice short and sharp how-to's for business users, SMEs, functional, technical and UX experts.

      Just a few to start with but we are already planning to add more. . - and check out the SAP S/4HANA playlist



      Author's profile photo Tammy Powlas
      Tammy Powlas
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      Thank you for commenting - everyone should follow you here for your great blogs

      Author's profile photo Sinan Schreiner
      Sinan Schreiner

      Great blogpost! 🙂  Recording and Slides of the session are now available here: