Maintaining a sense of community whilst we learn to become ‘socially distant’ sounds like an oxymoron. Now more than ever being able to stay connected, while challenging, will be critical to our success as individuals and as organisations in coping with and emerging from the COVID-19 pandemic.
In the interests of our collective health we are bunkering down working from home, with some non-essential businesses closed to the public. But how do we operate within these restrictions? What does this mean for our businesses? What does business continuity actually look like? Is this an opportunity to really transform our business? For most of us this is uncharted territory.
With the objective of learning from our consolidated experiences and providing a forum for our community to support each other, the SAP Australian User Group have introduced a series of short webinars for their members, called COVID-19 Connected.
These 30-minute online sessions will feature a mixture of interviews, case studies, round-tables and Q&A’s with specific focus on the COVID-19 Pandemic. COVID-19 Connected aims to keep you connected to each other, providing examples of best practice within the community plus offers and solutions from SAP. The next in the series will be held next Tuesday.
Webinar #2 | Tues 14 April | 10.00 AM – 10.30 AM
COVID-19 Connected Series: How SAP SuccessFactors can support your organisation’s transition to remote working
Hear best practices and in-depth insights on successfully transitioning to remote working and managing remote workforces, including SAP tools to make it easier. An insightful discussion with Marc HavercroftGlobal Chief Customer Officer, SAP SuccessFactors and Fellow & Council Member of Australian Human Resources Institute.
The COVID-19 Connected Series is available to SAUG Members only. Please check the SAUG website regularly for further events in this series.
If you’re not currently a member of the SAP Australian User Group and would like to learn more, contact SAUG Membership Manager George Papadopoulos.