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Wednesday, July 18, 2012

iSell: A Diversity Project


It’s crucial that businesses actively support diversity, not just for the sake of employees but for the sake of the company and its customers. With 60,000 employees from over 120 nationalities around the world, SAP has embraced the economic power of diversity.

“For SAP, a diverse workforce is not only a reality, but the key to our sustainable growth, innovation and success,” says Phyllis Stewart Pires, SAP’s Global Head of Diversity. “Our objective is to take advantage of differences and create an inclusive environment that enables employees to deliver greater creativity and productivity for our customers.”

Design thinking is one of the important programs that reflect SAP’s diversity commitment in action. Leaping ahead of traditional development approaches, design thinking brings together teams of professionals from various cultures and backgrounds that generate better ideas faster to bring innovative, more valuable products to customers. This is the first of a two-part article that spotlights how diverse teams across the company are using design thinking for everyone’s greatest advantage.

Article Source :  http://en.sap.info

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