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

Utilities Workforce and Digitization: How We Do Work – Part 1

Radiocasts — The buzz: “The thing I lose patience with the most is the clock. Its hands move too fast.” (Thomas A. Edison) Once upon a time,...

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Aerospace & Defense Manufacturing: What’s Shaping the Future?

Radiocasts — The buzz: “Both optimists and pessimists contribute to the society. The optimist invents the aeroplane, the pessimist the parachute. (George Bernard Shaw) The aerospace and...

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Retail in 5 Years: Digital Dinosaurs vs Survivors – Part 2

Radiocasts — The buzz: “Whoever said money can’t buy happiness simply didn’t know where to go shopping.” (Bo Derek) Ongoing digital innovations in our hyper-connected world have...

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Beyond Customer Service Offshoring: Reinvented by AI

Radiocasts — The buzz: “The customer’s perception is your reality.” (Kate Zabriskie, author of “How May I Help You: Outstanding Telephone Courtesy and Customer Service”) Our computers,...

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Think Globally, Act Locally: 5-Step Formula for Analytics Success

Radiocasts — The buzz: “In God we trust. All others must bring data.” (W. Edwards Deming) Many large enterprises are using data and analytics to boost their...

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Core HR: Changing the Conversation

Radiocasts — The buzz: “Human resources are like natural resources; they’re often buried deep.” (Ken Robinson, British author, speaker and international advisor on education in the arts)...

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