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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.

SAP Employees Break Volunteering Record

Feature Article — A record numbers of SAP employees worldwide pitched in during the company’s Month of Service in 2015. As she looks back, the enthusiasm in Maite...

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November 20, 2015 by Patricia Crazzolara, Kesja Cichowski, Andrea Diederichs 10


The Voice of Walldorf

Feature Article — Musician and coach on The Voice of Germany Rea Garvey recently lifted the roof off the Walldorf canteen during the most exciting after-work party ever held...

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November 4, 2015 by Andrea Diederichs 18

Thinking Big for Bags

Feature Article — For Ingrid van Skyhawk, the parallels of being an SAP solution expert and a handbag designer are obvious: creativity, drive, and design thinking. In an...

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November 3, 2015 by Andrea Diederichs & Miriam Rosenbusch 31

Mission ZERO Accomplished at ATB Financial

Feature Article — Upgrade without any downtime? SAP customer ATB Financial proved that it can be done. “The easy stuff is for the other customers,” sums up ATB...

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June 11, 2015 by Andrea Diederichs 0

A New Gender Quota for the SAP Supervisory Board

Feature Article — SAP Supervisory Board member Margret Klein-Magar discusses Germany’s new gender quota law and calls for more diverse management teams. German legislators have passed a new...

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May 19, 2015 by Andrea Diederichs 0

SAP Chief Learning Officer Jenny Dearborn: Powerful Leader in IT

Feature Article — SAP’s chief learning officer is rubbing shoulders with the top 50 women in IT.

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March 17, 2015 by Andrea Diederichs 4

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