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Wisdom all over

Last weekend I attended my first Wisdom 2.0 conference. What an experience! I was really looking forward to it and I was not enchanted. I warmed-up during the week with the lunch with LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner on monday and … Continue reading

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Mindfulness at work

About a year ago (already!), while I was leading SAP’s Developer Relations, I gave, at SAP’s annual developer kick-off event, a short talk about happiness at work. Then I wanted to share a few practices that made my experience at work … Continue reading

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SAP Developer Advisory Board: Launched!

SAP launched its Developer Advisory Board (DAB) on September 12th 2013 in Palo Alto. The DAB was established to provide feedback and recommendations about SAP’s Developer Programs. The DAB is currently composed of the following members: James Gosling, Jeff Hadfield, … Continue reading

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Enterprise focused Startup Weekend – Take #1 at SAP Labs Palo Alto

My first encounter with Startup Weekend leaders was in the fall of 2010 when SAP and Startup Weekend jointly organized SAP TechEd  2010 Innovation Weekend. Innovation Weekend was a customized version of a Startup Weekend event, e.g. Innovation Weekend events … Continue reading

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Kiss Me Dirty San Jose 2013 run – SAP women were there!

On April 14 I ran my first ever mud run. Why? Because… why not? Actually my dear colleague Inga, who is always ready for fun, registered an SAP team for the Kiss Me Dirty San Jose run and made it easy … Continue reading

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A day in a life: catching, making, cutting and gluing

In one of my previous blogs I talked about how enjoyable it is to build stuff.  Today with -most of- my team, we had an enjoyable experience building. Indeed we spent the day at TechShop in San Francisco, catching, making, … Continue reading

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The dog saw… what?

While running yesterday night I listened to Malcom Gladwell’s book “What the dog saw”. I love listening to audiobooks when I am running. Of course the fact that Malcolm Gladwell is an amazing writer and reader makes the experience more … Continue reading

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