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Cross-Generational Intelligence

People at different stages of life bring a variety of perspectives and experiences to SAP, helping fuel our innovation. Cross Generational intelligence involves increasing awareness and inclusion for five distinct generations at SAP. Celebrating multi-generational diversity by encouraging inclusive behaviors and fostering connections across generations enhances employee engagement and drives innovation. Cross generational mentoring is a safe platform for our employees to learn from different generations, collaborate with one another, and inspire each other. Awareness through sessions, blogs, white papers and stories enable our leaders and peers to have a better understanding of the world.


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Meet 15 rising-star employees

Learn about a few of the rising-star leaders at SAP. Some lead jet-setting lives, others create brilliant technologies, and still others are world-class athletes. All of them want to change the world – and think SAP is the place to do it.

Why Ken Siebritz is still passionate about SAP

It was a 1991 chance meeting at a software event in South Africa that led Ken Siebritz to SAP, and kicked off his return to the work he enjoyed doing. He has  made SAP his employer of choice for the last twenty-four years and counting, and only once – and very briefly – considered leaving.

Breaking down stereotypes

How do you challenge assumptions and break down myths and stereotypes about the different generations? You bring people together by facilitating cross-generation mentoring pairs that expand employee networks.

Learn more about Cross Generational topics at SAP

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SAP Academy for Early Talent

An international team of top graduates, SAP Academy Associates learn the value of diversity and teamwork and can take advantage of this unique opportunity to make an impact while being inspired by endless possibilities to learn, grow, and develop their skills for a successful career at SAP.

20 Things About SAP Millennials

From their favorite spot in the office to the last thing they hope people will associate with SAP, Dimi, Zawani, Freddy and Karl share the 20 things that make them SAP Millennials! 

Workforce 2020 Oxford Economics Research with Mike Ettling

Mike Ettling announces the findings from a global research project conducted by Oxford Economics commissioned by SAP on the future of work.

Young and Old: A Powerful Combination

Maintaining a highly skilled workforce is a challenge for the entire IT industry, including SAP. While the company is committed to attracting the younger generation, SAP in Germany has launched an initiative to promote mature talents.

Flexible Work & Parenting: Mutable Moments at SAP

Read Caroleigh's perspective on being a fulltime working mom at SAP.

Quinn: SAP works to blend the generations in the office

Read about how SAP is putting an emphasis on mixing generations in the workplace.
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