This free online course provides a more detailed view of what SAP Leonardo design-led innovation actually means. With the help of a case study inspired by real customer projects, you’ll gain a basic understanding of how design thinking and doing is practiced during the different phases of an SAP Leonardo engagement.
This course is the follow-up to the SAP Leonardo Design-Led Engagements Demystified course.
With the help of a case study inspired by real customer projects, you’ll gain an in-depth understanding of the different phases of an SAP Leonardo engagement.
You’ll discover methods and activities to run with your customers or end users that fully leverage the potential of the SAP Leonardo design-led development process, from exploring transformational business opportunities in the early phases, to creating a highly-functional proof of concept on reference architecture.
In this course, you’ll:
This course is the second step of a learning journey for anyone interested in SAP Leonardo design-led engagements.
Together with some additional training, it gives you the skills you need to act as a leader or designer in SAP Leonardo customer design engagements.
This nutshell course differs from other openSAP courses in that it’ll take only 3 hours to complete, and all the content will be available to you at the start of the course.
We know you have a hectic schedule, so we’ve created short modules that cover need-to-know information about SAP Leonardo design-led engagements. The modules contain:
After you’ve worked through all the sections, you can do a course assignment and earn points towards a record of achievement (minimum score of 50% required).
You don’t need to complete the course in one sitting. Feel free to dip in whenever you have some time.
openSAP course SAP Leonardo Design-Led Engagements Demystified
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Former VP Design Thinking, SAP User Experience Strategy
Andrea is a veteran of Design Thinking in software. With more than 10 years of practicing and teaching design thinking, she has applied the approach to software solutions, product strategy and services.
Andrea has been instrumental in leading the organizational transformation of SAP into an organization that practices Design Thinking throughout the world.
Hailey is a design-thinking coach and instructional designer at SAP. She applies and teaches the approach to customers, partners, and within the SAP community, instilling confidence in others to adopt and scale design thinking and business model innovation. Her background in storytelling and information technology fuels her passion for understanding, defining, and solving complex challenges, and giving people the tools to explore and solve them together.
Julian Vanderhost is an instructional designer in the SAP Design team. In his role, Julian enables the SAP ecosystem with learning content focused on design-led approaches and SAP design strategic initiatives. Julian joined SAP in 2015 and has held various positions as a project and product manager. Some of his previous projects include SAP Leonardo Enablement, the HanaHaus chatbot, and Project Propel Empowered by SAP.
Julian holds a master's degree in internet business from ISDI Digital University, and a bachelor's degree in management information systems from Delaware State University.
Sylvie Charpentier leads a team of design practitioners at SAP.
With more than 10 years of experience managing software development and quality assurance teams, she is passionate about practicing and teaching design-led approaches, especially applied to the software industry. Since 2010, she has been teaching and promoting design approaches around the world to SAP product teams and SAP partner organizations.
As a professional business coach, Sylvie’s main focus is always on helping people grow and develop their skills.