The June Topic of the Month is SAP Enable Now. Learn how to improve user adoption and the efficiency of your software programs across your enterprise with e-learning content development that works for your end users.
If you read the first two blog posts we featured about SAP Enable Now - “Why SAP Enable Now is a Critical Component of all Modern SAP-related Business Transformations” and “Working with Personas in a Learning Organization” - you might be wondering how to get started.
In this blog post, “First Steps with SAP Enable Now,” you’ll find instructions, links and helpful tips for your first steps with SAP Enable Now. The blog is divided into three main topic areas, which are meant to be followed sequentially. If you are a longtime user of SAP Enable Now, you might still find some valuable resources in the last section.
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In this blog post, Sven announces the brand-new product expert enablement series “In-Depth with SAP S/4HANA.” The series aims to flexibly offer SAP S/4HANA deep-dive sessions across the deployment models, and address topics requested by our internal and external stakeholders.
By using a standardized methodology, you can provide reproducible answers and benefit from SAP’s experience in successful customer extension projects and apply the results to your success. The methodology helps you to derive a solution architecture from business requirements.
At a time when all the conditions were wrong, all the conditions were right, for learning. We found and experimented with new tools, figured out how to use them collaboratively, and learned and adapted as we went along. Everything was different, but we made it work.