Contributor Overview

Bonnie D. Graham

A talk radio and cable TV broadcast journalist since 1995, media producer / host Bonnie D. Graham created and launched SAP Coffee Break with Game-Changers Radio in Fall 2011. Since then, she has developed 20 additional themed Game-Changers radio series for SAP. On each episode, Bonnie moderates a panel of thought leaders, practitioners, journalists and / or educators from across the business spectrum and the globe, to share timely technology and strategy insights for businesses of all sizes, industries, geographies, and maturities. Bonnie is on the SAP Editorial Experience / News Services team. Follow her programs on Twitter #SAPRadio.

Connect with Bonnie D. Graham: @SAPRadio

Smart Cities, Smart Streets: IoT to the Rescue – Part 3

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Digital Manufacturing Part 3: Powering the 5th Industrial Revolution

Radiocasts — The buzz: “Every day is a revolution. Welcome to the future.” [Brad Paisley lyrics] Move over, 4th Industrial Revolution! Welcome to the 5th Industrial Revolution...

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Customer-Centricity Through The Perfect Order

Radiocasts — The buzz: “I can see clearly now the rain is gone” (Johnny Nash). The digitization of global economies has shifted traditional supply chain models. You...

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Making HR Strategic: Training Ecosystem Beyond Your 4 Walls

Radiocasts — The buzz: “Learning never exhausts the mind.” (Leonardo da Vinci) Your company probably does some employee training, even if only to mandate they read the...

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B2B Sales Winners: The Role of Innovation

Radiocasts — The buzz: “Change before you have to.” (Jack Welch) B2B sales experts, managers and pundits typically cite an individual seller’s skill set as the reason...

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Cloud Computing: Growth, Adoption and SMBs

Radiocasts — The buzz: “I fell off my pink cloud with a thud.” (Elizabeth Taylor) By 2019, cloud software delivery will grow to $112B – five times...

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