Episode 5: Learn How SAP AppHaus Leads Innovation with Technology and Culture – openSAP Invites

Episode 5: Learn How SAP AppHaus Leads Innovation with Technology and Culture

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Welcome to openSAP Invites. I’m your host Elisabeth Riemann and in this episode, we talk to Edda Mann and Matthias Langholz from SAP AppHaus, Heidelberg, Germany, about innovation culture and technology. We hear insights from their creative work and learn how they promote innovation culture with customers by putting the human experience first. They share the fun ways they lead innovation on-site - and virtually - and talk about the key enablers of innovation and award-winning projects.

Guests:

Edda Mann
Strategic Design Consultant

Edda Mann is passionate about helping organizations learn how to be creative and tackle complex challenges in new ways. After working in various roles in development, Edda became a Design Thinking coach in 2012. She joined the AppHaus Heidelberg team in 2015, where she assists customers on the path to digital transformation. With her professional experience and a human-centered approach, Edda enables and supports organizations that seek to adopt a culture of innovation.

Matthias Langholz
Strategic Design Consultant

Matthias Langholz advises and coaches international organizations on their transformation journey towards a people-centric innovation culture. He believes in supportive leadership, empathy for customers and employees, and failure culture as key ingredients for innovation. Matthias is a passionate Design Thinking coach and an active member of the SAP Design Thinking and Innovation community, driving cross-organizational exchange and alignment.

AppHaus Heidelberg

AppHaus Heidelberg

https://experience.sap.com/designservices/apphaus/heidelberg

Show Notes:

Hosted by Elisabeth Riemann - Senior Knowledge Consultant & Product Manager, openSAP

Social Media

Twitter: @ElisabethRiema1

LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/elisabeth-riemann-213838131

Welcome to openSAP Invites. I’m your host Elisabeth Riemann and in this episode, we talk to Edda Mann and Matthias Langholz from SAP AppHaus, Heidelberg, Germany, about innovation culture and technology. We hear insights from their creative work and learn how they promote innovation culture with customers by putting the human experience first. They share the fun ways they lead innovation on-site – and virtually – and talk about the key enablers of innovation and award-winning projects.

Guests:

Edda Mann
Strategic Design Consultant

Edda Mann is passionate about helping organizations learn how to be creative and tackle complex challenges in new ways. After working in various roles in development, Edda became a Design Thinking coach in 2012. She joined the AppHaus Heidelberg team in 2015, where she assists customers on the path to digital transformation. With her professional experience and a human-centered approach, Edda enables and supports organizations that seek to adopt a culture of innovation.

Matthias Langholz
Strategic Design Consultant

Matthias Langholz advises and coaches international organizations on their transformation journey towards a people-centric innovation culture. He believes in supportive leadership, empathy for customers and employees, and failure culture as key ingredients for innovation. Matthias is a passionate Design Thinking coach and an active member of the SAP Design Thinking and Innovation community, driving cross-organizational exchange and alignment.

AppHaus Heidelberg

AppHaus Heidelberg

https://experience.sap.com/designservices/apphaus/heidelberg

Show Notes:

Hosted by Elisabeth Riemann – Senior Knowledge Consultant & Product Manager, openSAP

Social Media

Twitter: @ElisabethRiema1

LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/elisabeth-riemann-213838131

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