What is the Knowledge Share Group?
The Knowledge Share Group is a collaboration of thought leaders within the Australian SAP domain. The purpose of the group is to share learnings, experience, and knowledge to ‘help talent achieve’. The group was founded by Precision Sourcing in April 2016 and is exclusively invite only. To register your interest as a speaker or attendee please get in touch via email@example.com
Future; People, Jobs, Tech & Work Practices – Webinar with Dom Price
Award winning SAP, Project Services and Data recruitment experts Precision Sourcing were fortunate enough to have over 200 clients enjoy an interactive 45 minute conversation with Atlassian’s Work Futurist and all round top guy Dom Price. Dom is one of Australia’s most sought after thought leaders on the topic of effective work practices and what it means within the technology industry. Within this exclusive 45 minute conversation you will be able to gain valuable insight into Dom’s thoughts and understand how Atlassian have adapted to effectively lead their employees through this challenging time.
“If you’ve hired smart people that you trust and you set clear goals, a clear purpose, just get out of the way” – Dom Price
Watch the full webinar here
Knowledge Share Group v.2.2 – Webinar
7th May 2020
In the last couple of weeks, we have experienced a huge change in how those within the world of SAP work, interact and most importantly stay healthy. SAP projects are unique. They are nearly always large, complex and costly – carrying considerable risk. In our view they can also be emotive projects with stakeholders not always on board.
We noticed very quickly that during the recent COVID19 crisis, there has been a huge amount of content and information RE: how to effectively work from home. All very useful and worth a read. However, from speaking to leaders within the SAP community, it is apparent that we are not accustomed to effectively leading and onboarding large SAP programs/projects with a remote workforce. While we may have delivered pockets of projects via overseas vendors/partners, we have never delivered a full project, across many months where everyone is isolated, including the leaders who are accustomed to being so visible.
We therefore reached out to our SAP leadership network and were able to quickly collate a quick insight and tips document that was extremely well received by the greater SAP community https://www.precisionsourcing.com.au/successful-sap-program-remote-workforce/.
Following this we have now brought together 3 highly experienced SAP leaders who have kindly agreed to offer their insight and guidance via an exclusive one off webinar focused on the topic of ‘how to effectively lead and onboard remotely’. This webinar is your chance to listen, learn and interact with those who are leading and onboarding remotely right now.
As Head of Services for Australia & New Zealand, Sehida’s primary responsibility is to provide strategic leadership across the services organisation and to work with the broader SAP organisation towards building a strong relationship with customers and partners.
Alex is the ICT executive, Chief Architect and Delivery lead for Department of Finance Shared Service GovERP solution managing over 100 ICT professionals. Alex has more than 20 years’ experience working on SAP. Alex is currently leading the design and build of the Shared Services solution for Whole of Government to support up to 150k Users by 2022. Alex is passionate about SAP and what it can deliver to create a better future for the Federal Government of Australia.
Jackie is the Director of The Project Consultant and her core capability is as a Program and Delivery Lead, specialising in business transformation projects. She has managed multi-faceted programs with experience in the following industries; pharmaceutical, manufacturing and logistics, health insurance, transport, telecommunications and utilities. Most recently, Jackie delivered a large program of work for a Global pharmaceutical company which consisted of over 100 projects (SAP, GLIMS, Trackwise and other projects including infrastructure projects). She particularly enjoys the challenge of SAP business transformation Programs and encourages her team to remain focused on positive results and outcomes.
Knowledge Share Group v.2.1
Knowledge Share Group v.2.0
12th September 2019
Knowledge Share Group v.1.9
7th February 2019
Knowledge Share Group v.1.8
Knowledge Share Group v.1.7
Knowledge Share Group v.1.6
Knowledge Share Group v.1.5
Knowledge Share Group v.1.4
Knowledge Share Group v.1.3
Precision Sourcing took to the JobAdder offices where Andree Leidenfrost presented his key takeaways from the SAP TechEd in Vegas. Andree also educated the Knowledge Share group Guests on ‘Driving Business Values through Business Partnering’.
Knowledge Share Group v.1.2
Following on from the success of the first event in April, Precision Sourcing wants to bring like-minded leaders together again, within the SAP Sydney community to collaborate, share challenges, successes and knowledge in a relaxed environment. From this, we expect you to learn and gain insight that will add value to your professional development outside of your current employer.
There will be two guest speakers as well as SAP Recruiter Jay Wynter and MD Simon Hair also presenting. At the Knowledge Share Group Precision Sourcing will be presenting the findings from their recent Australian SAP Market Survey. Over 200 SAP resources based here in Australia completed the survey . Precision Sourcing’s Specialist SAP Recruiter Jay Wynter commented “the response was fantastic and some of the data insights we have gained has really surprised us. We will be initially sharing the insights with the Knowledge Share Group before offering to the wider SAP community.
Knowledge Share Group v.1
On Wednesday the 27th April Precision Sourcing are partnering with LinkedIn to host their very first Knowledge Share Group. This event is invite only and brings together a round table of some of Sydney’s most influential and talented within the SAP community.
Precision Sourcing’s Simon Hair commented “the idea for the event came from a discussion with some clients and candidates late last year who complained about the lack of collaboration they get to have with others within the local SAP domain. The conversations got me thinking and we created the Knowledge Share Group with the aim of building a community of like minded SAP talent who can share knowledge, challenges and advice in a comfortable environment. Ultimately the aim is to help each other, learn and build deeper relationships within the SAP field here in Sydney.”