Game-Changers with Purpose, Presented by SAP

Game-Changers with Purpose, Presented by SAP

Game-changing technology strategies are transformational, exciting and disruptive for a reason. They shake up your status quo. They get you thinking about new ways to scale, compete and grow. They move you in amazing new directions. Join host Bonnie D. Graham as she invites you to take an additional Coffee Break with Game-Changers for our special series on the importance of Purpose. Organizations that act with purpose can impact the greater social world. In doing so, they can also improve their bottom line, boost morale among employees and overall make the world around them a better place. Purpose is everywhere. We will help you align your organization to move forward with renewed purpose, enabling it to thrive in the short-term and long-term. Learn how you can become the savvy Leader who takes your company across the finish line with purpose as you look ahead to the next wave of business innovation.

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September 25, 2018 55 min
The buzz: ‘Technology developed for chronic pain management has been fast evolving” (sciencedirect.com). Phantom limb pain is a chronic, physically and mentally debilitating condition for most amputees. Intensive physical therapy alone often cannot prevent mental health issues and recovery barriers. Can technology help? Yes! A digitally-connected wearable armband with Virtual Reality is helping amputees by measuring, analyzing and ...
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The buzz: “An organization’s culture of purpose answers the critical questions of who it is and why it exists. They have a culture of purpose beyond making a profit (Punit Renjen, Deloitte). Saying you’re a company with Purpose sounds great on your website and in marketing. But are you ready to fulfil that purpose if it doesn’t directly fatten your bottom line? And if you’re “just one person” with a worthy cause that can benefit fr...
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The buzz: “In a sea of human beings, it is difficult, at times even impossible, to see the human as being” (Aysha Taryam). Humanitarian challenge: help refugees find meaningful work and businesses find skilled workers. Sustainable solutions: Deloitte collaborated with the Refugee Studies Centre (University of Oxford) on a research report Talent Displaced: the economic lives of Syrian refugees in Europe and with SAP to develop and...
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The buzz: “Innovation doesn’t equal social good, but social good can be accelerated by innovation…provided that purpose is at the heart of that innovation” (2014 Social Innovation Summit). Can doing good via social innovation be good for your company’s bottom line? Yes. For-profit companies are finding solutions to social and environmental issues, often collaborating with government, business, and non-profits. Is there a role for t...
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The buzz: “The last 10 years have been about building a world that is mobile-first. In the next 10 years, we will shift to a world that is AI-first” (Sundar Pichai). While early adopters of Artificial Intelligence (AI) are revolutionizing major economic sectors, including consumer electronics, healthcare, media & entertainment, and defense & intelligence, a new wave of AI promises to disrupt the older, larger manufacturing,...
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The buzz: “An organization without purpose manages people and resources, while an organization with purpose mobilizes people and resources (Sherry Hakimi, Sparktures). How can your company become truly purpose-driven? Embrace sustainability. How? Put sustainability at the intersection of the technical, physical and organizational roles of your business. And hire a Sustainable Innovation Technologist to develop teams, solutions and...
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The buzz: “In a sea of human beings, it is difficult, at times even impossible, to see the human as being” (Aysha Taryam). Humanitarian challenge: help refugees find meaningful work and businesses find skilled workers. Sustainable solutions: Deloitte collaborated with the Refugee Studies Centre (University of Oxford) on a research report Talent Displaced: the economic lives of Syrian refugees in Europe and with SAP to develop and...
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The buzz: “No one in the world needs a Rhino horn but a Rhino” (Paul Oxton). Africa’s wildlife threat levels are growing at alarming rates – particularly from increasing poaching of elephants and rhinos. Traditional conservation methods fall short due to lack funding and people-power. Enter a creative solution: technology with purpose involving drones and GPS, sparking a new definition of ERP: Elephants, Rhinos and People. The expe...
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The buzz: “What makes some companies wildly successful while others flop? Starting and surviving in today’s economy is hard, but the companies that figure it out have something in common: the pursuit of purpose, alongside the pursuit of profit (Sherry Hakimi, fastcompany.com). How can your company navigate this chaotic world? Become a purpose-infused and experience-led organization, then activate your inspiring North Star beyond dr...
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