Dear openSAP Community,
At this time of year it’s common to start setting both personal and professionals goals for the year ahead. We’ve got two new courses to help those of you that want to start volunteering or want to learn more about software design.
Empathy in Motion: The Power of Employee Volunteering
We’ve teamed up with the Realized Worth Institute to deliver a course aimed at those interested in getting involved in corporate volunteering. When employees volunteer with organizations or causes in need, the opportunity arises to be reminded of what it means to be human, opening up new perspectives and experiences. For companies with established volunteering processes and structures, it can be difficult to come up with new and innovative ideas to motivate employees to take part and to keep them interested in volunteerism. For small or new companies, it can be difficult to put a framework together and begin organizing and driving volunteering initiatives amongst employees. Empathy in Motion: The Power of Employee Volunteering guides learners through both of these scenarios and more. The course starts from March 14 and enrollment is now open!
Software Design for Non-Designers
This popular course is returning to openSAP from March 15. The course aims to teach developers to embrace design as part of their everyday work, even if they haven’t spent years studying design. In just six weeks, you can improve your design skills when developing software. Learn from Scott Klemmer, Professor of Design at Stanford and design experts from SAP, including Sam Yen, SAP’s Chief Design Officer. Get actively involved and complete hands-on exercises, providing you with the skills you need to apply simple and user-friendly design practices when developing software. Learn to develop with design in mind, allowing your end users to focus on their job, not on your software. Enrollment is now open!
If you’re a German speaker, you might be interested in joining the course, Web-Technologien, over on our partner’s site, openHPI. The course starts from February 6 and will be delivered in German language.
Don’t forget that we have many other topics now open and upcoming at openSAP including SAP S/4HANA with SAP HANA Cloud Platform, SAP S/4HANA, Data Science, SAP HANA Cloud Platform, SAP Screen Personas, SAP Business ByDesign Financials, and SAP BusinessObjects Roambi.
For those interested in further design topics, check out our other design courses and our openSAP Thought Leaders course starts February 14, The Future of Genomics and Precision Medicine.
If you’ve missed any of our previous courses, you can now earn a Record of Achievement in self-paced mode with our reactivation option.
See you soon on openSAP!
With kind regards,
Your openSAP Team