Can a capitalist society, emerging from a legacy of exploitation of both planet and workers, give rise to companies that value the unique gifts that each employee brings to the table, rather than molding them into cogs in a giant machine as they once did? These two workforce management approaches just might be the difference between a sustainable society and a failed one.
SAP has expanded its flagship youth innovation program, the Young ICT Explorers (YICTE) competition, across six states and territories to meet the increasing appetite for technology innovation among young Australian students.
Last year SAP announced its plan to invest $500 billion USD that will support growth across Africa. Providing ICT skills for youth across the continent is a key pillar of that growth strategy. SAP Africa's goal is to provide 10,000 trained ICT consultants by 2020 focused on Africa's growth industries.
Author: Ann Weiss, participant of the SAP Social Sabbatical Program in Beijing
Migrant workers have been the main contributor to Beijing's explosive growth over the past decade. People leave their rural homes to join the labor market in China’s capital. Most take low-paying jobs and have little access to resources like medical care and schooling. And many children of migrant workers also move to Beijing with their parents.
WALLDORF, May 4, 2015 /3BL Media/ — SAP SE (NYSE: SAP), the Americas’ SAP Users’ Group (ASUG) and Delaware State University (DSU) today announced the launch of an initiative “Project Propel Empowered by SAP” that will enable historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) to empower their students with knowledge of the latest SAP techn
WALLDORF, April 29, 2015 /3BL Media/ — SAP SE (NYSE: SAP) will donate EUR 100,000 through the SAP Foundation to aid immediate relief efforts for the thousands of victims of the disastrous earthquake in Nepal.
This donation will support the German Red Cross, which has sent aircraft with 60 tons of relief supplies, including family tents, blankets, hygiene kits, cooking sets and water canisters, as well as a drinking water treatment plant to Nepal.
SAP NEWSBYTE — April 22, 2015 /3BL Media/ — In alignment with the Skills for Africa initiative from SAP SE (NYSE: SAP), which promotes education to improve the problem of chronic youth unemployment and expand the IT workforce, SAP and Acumen today announced an investment in a program for social entrepreneurs in East Africa, designed to help the companies grow and scale.