Greener, happier commute

This longish blog post describes how SAP could reduce it’s carbon footprint, while achieving the company’s goals of improved employee innovation, satisfaction, and productivity. Overview One of the gems in SAP’s current strategy is the company’s focus on sustainability.  I have been working for SAP for over twelve years, and for the most part I […]

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Jobs for social scientists

Here is an interesting news story that I picked up from a social networking listserv and cross-posted to anthrodesign: In a recent report, “Social Science Meets Technology in Next-Generation Jobs,” Gartner Vice President Kathy Harris says that many social sciences roles will be needed to work with corporations in helping to better understand the Web behavior […]

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Wild & wooly

SAP, it seems, is in a constant state of re-organization. I wrote a whole chapter on the topic in my dissertation, which I completed in 2004.  For reasons that I’ll get to in a minute, I re-read the chapter today and I feel that much of it still holds true, in spite of the fact […]

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