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Andrea Diederichs

An experienced translator, editor, and writer, Andrea joined SAP in 2001. In addition to her focus on financial reporting and business topics, she has a special interest in diversity and the people side of business. Prior to SAP, she worked for a non-profit organization promoting international cultural relations. She holds a degree in Multilingual Communication and Translation from Cologne University of Applied Sciences and studied at Northumbria University, UK.

An SAP Manager in the Meadow

Feature Article — SAP manager and hobby shepherd: Onno von der Emde talks about the unusual counterweight to his job and sustainable meat production. It all started out...

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January 27, 2017 by Andrea Diederichs 13

Finding Meaning at Work: Why Am I Doing This Job?

Feature Article — Everyone wants to find meaning at work, but many don’t, as recent research shows. But why does meaning matter, and what are its sources? Nearly...

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January 5, 2017 by Andrea Diederichs 116

Latin American Art at SAP

Feature Article — The latest art exhibition at SAP, “Un Paseo de Arte Latino,” takes visitors on a true voyage of discovery through contemporary Latin American artworks. But...

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November 3, 2016 by Andrea Diederichs 6

A Big Hand for the SAP Big Band

Feature Article — Anyone who’s ever seen the SAP Big Band perform live knows its rich sound and musical power. But who are the people who bring the...

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November 2, 2016 by Andrea Diederichs 16

Tales of Frida, Friendship, Forest Adventures

Feature Article — How fondly we recall the brave heroes and thrilling adventures of our childhood books. SAP employees Athina-Sofia Kasimatis and Martina Lutz let us revisit that...

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October 14, 2016 by Andrea Diederichs, Miriam Rosenbusch 7

Leading the Way in Digital Learning

Feature Article — Digitization is all around us. But how can companies get their workforces on board with digital? Bernd Welz talks about closing the digital skills gap....

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August 8, 2016 by Andrea Diederichs, Karin Fischenbeck 59

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