SAPinsight Leader Board Blog

SEE17 Sneak Peak: Southwest Airlines We SEE You!

SEE17 Sneak Peak: All You Need Is LUV… Southwest Airlines We SEE You! A big thank you to Amber, Jessica Mann, and Rachel McIntosh for this interview, we LUV this!. Even before launching their Super User program, Southwest got actively involved in the SAPinsight Community. Now Rachel serves key roles, including our #SEE17 Charity Lead!!!…

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Top 5 Reasons You Need an Effective Executive Sponsor

ShareTweet0 Shares By Susan Stone, Dandelion Experience, LLC 2015-2017 SAPinsight Leader Board Member:   Congratulations, you made it through the business justification gate and your organization has decided to have an official super user program… SUPER! Now, let’s talk executive sponsor, who’s the person who will go to bat for you and all of your…

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The 5 Must-Dos For a Rockstar Super User Team

ShareTweet0 Shares I am writing this from 20 years of experience working with, watching, surveying, and scouting Super User Teams. I have seen them come and go and come back again. Through all the years, no one has ever said, “I just don’t think this is important for our company.” On the flip side, every discussion about a…

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Embracing Change

ShareTweet0 Shares By Lisa Ayala, Cameron, a Schlumberger company. 2015-2017 SAPinsight Leader Board Member. As leaders and members of a Super User network within our organization, we are ambassadors of change.  This can be a rather ambitious challenge as we realize meaningful behavior change is hard to do, and no one can make us change unless…

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Storytelling as a Super User Skill

ShareTweet0 Shares By Taryn Brown, City of Dallas. 2015-2017 SAPinsight Leader Board Member.   Everyone loves a good story. Whether it’s the latest best-seller, a compelling podcast or talking with friends; stories influence and inspire. Super Users use storytelling skills to transform data, facts and figures into real-life visually applicable and relatable understanding that tells the…

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Change is in Control, NOW What Do We Do?

ShareTweet0 Shares By Ginger Luttrell, SAPinsight  Last month I talked about the growing emphasis we see on People.  Now, getting on the transformation and disruption bandwagon, I want to focus on pushing forward the need for organizational disruption, transformation. a We cannot deny the fact that there are many amazing and transformational changes happening in every aspect of…

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Starting Fresh in 2017

Share2Tweet2 Shares Starting Fresh in 2017 By Mark Delgado, Hitachi High Technologies America.   2015-2016 SAPinsight Leader Board Member. It’s the start of the new year and most of us if not all of us have some type of new year’s resolution.  According to www.statisticbrain.com, the top 10 new year’s resolutions are listed below. I…

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Care and Nurturing of a Well Maintained Super User Team

ShareTweet0 Shares By Terrie Walker, McKesson, 2015-2016 SAPinsight Leader Board Member. Living in California, the drought really took its toll on my lawn and entire landscape.   Left unattended, weeds grew, the grass turned brown and withered. Now that the drought has been lifted, it has taken an investment of much time and dollars to bring it…

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Unleash your Inner DISC…

ShareTweet0 Shares By Mark Delgado, Hitachi High Technologies America.   2015-2016 SAPinsight Leader Board Member.   Two key elements of any Super Team are communication and teamwork. These are two cornerstones of great teams, but also great innovation, great leadership, and great successes. We often spend too much time thinking about the next great software…

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Have you “hot desked” Today?

ShareTweet0 Shares By Susan Stone, Sysco 2015-2016 SAPinsight Leader Board Member Did you think you would have asked that question 10 years ago? No? So let’s ask the question… What will jobs “be”, or evolve in to, in the next 5, 10, 20 Years? Hot Desking: Where employees float between different desks and/or locations, instead…

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