Learning journeys serve as visual guides, providing users of all levels with the road maps they need to navigate their digital transformation. The learning journeys show the available courses and how they complement each other. They help users identify their roles and make it easy for them to engage in training that will develop the skills they need to bring them the greatest success. Because the visualizations provide a high-level overview of topics and courses, each user can make selections based on their specific goals, role, area of interest, prior knowledge and learning needs.
“We believe learning journeys will provide users with the visual tools they need to maximize their investment in SAP S/4HANA and move through their digital transformation,” said Bernd Welz, executive vice president, Scale, Enablement and Transformation, SAP SE. “In tandem with these offers we are proud to introduce a variety of new courses for the openSAP platform to help equip our customers with the tools they need to survive in an increasingly technologically sophisticated business environment.”
To continue supporting professionals as they look to improve their digital skills, openSAP has released two new course offerings covering business warehousing and finance and HR in the cloud. The specific online course offerings are:
openSAP is an online learning platform from SAP. All learning materials are accessible from any device, and the platform features massive open online course (MOOCs) for enterprises that allow users to learn at their own pace. The courses, which use tried and trusted classroom concepts, are free of charge. Included in the course format are weekly assignments, discussion forums and final exams. SAP Learning Hub provides a cloud-based enterprise learning management solution. It enables people to learn the ins and outs of SAP software systems and allows them to update their skills regularly specific to implementation, operation and use.
Neil ran his first SAP transformation programme in his early twenties. He spent the next 18 years working both client side and for various consultancies running numerous SAP programmes. After successfully completing over 15 full lifecycles he took a senior leadership/board position and his work moved onto creating the same success for others.