and make sure you are up to date in all that is SAP
In this series of blog posts, Simon Kemp gives his perspective on the recent Mastering SAP Technologies event, held in Sydney. Part 3 is 'It's all about you!'
Graham has been around the block a few times (I hope he won't mind me saying that!) and seems more than happy to share his experiences. It's good advice no matter what industry you’re in. Graham focused on things that are hard to fake:1. Attitude: having a can-do, self-motivated approach, and being an energy giver, not an energy sucker!
And he gave some great tips on how to stay relevant:
• ZoAuth - the ABAP oAuth library
Sharing new technologies, ideas and advances via the SAPLink project seems to me to be a great way to remain ‘relevant’ and in Graham’s words “connect to smart people”. What do you think? Let me know your experiences!
Simon Kemp is the service line lead, User Productivity, for Plaut. He can be contacted by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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