New York, NY (PRWEB) April 11, 2013
Michael Management Corporation has for a long time been considered a leader in the online SAP training world, and this month their expertise is once again highlighted, as they have been featured in several professional SAP and training related publications. MMC discusses their 2013 SAP Training Survey which provides valuable insights into the current attitudes surrounding online SAP training, and then shares tips about how to develop a successful training program.
The Michael Management Corporation’s 2013 SAP Training Survey of over 1150 SAP professionals, was discussed by Martin Murray on About.com (http://logistics.about.com/b/2013/04/01/2013-sap-training-survey.htm), as well as by SAP subject matter expert Job Reed (http://www.jonerp.com/component/option,com_mojo/Itemid,57/p,106). This survey provides valuable insights into the SAP community, and provided answers regarding SAP-related issues such as training availability, delivery options, and other training challenges.
Both Jon Reed and Martin Murray were concerned by some of the survey’s results, especially that over 46% of SAP professionals that participated indicated that they did not have enough training to do their jobs. Murray suggested that even though companies are willing to spend millions of dollars on their SAP implementation, they are not willing to invest in effective training for their staff, and the negative effects of these decisions are apparent in the survey results. For example, 61% of survey respondents indicated that they have received little or no SAP training in the last 12 months.
These survey results only further supported MMC’s belief that creating an effective training program is an integral part of an organization’s success, and is why they were excited to collaborate with Training Magazine. Training Magazine is a leading professional development magazine that advocates training and workforce development as a business tool. MMC was a perfect guest author, as Training Magazine delves often covers training issues such as learning theory, on-the-job skills assessments and aligning core workforce competencies to enhance the bottom line impact of training and development programs.
Recognizing that training is not an event but an ongoing process, MMC was excited to provide Training Magazine readers with ‘5 Tips How To Create A Successful Training Program’. Keeping training at the forefront of organization’s minds and considering various types of training delivery methods when developing a program were just a few of the great tips that MMC featured.
Read the in-depth article here: http://trainingmag.com/content/5-tips-successful-training-program.
“We are excited to be featured on TrainingMag.com, a valuable resource for SAP users and other professionals interested in training. It emphasizes the importance training programs have in the workplace,” said CEO Thomas Michael. “Our 2013 SAP Training Survey showed that more than ever, professionals are looking for more training, but we understand that developing a program is no easy task. We want to make it as easy as possible for organizations to get started.”
The results from the MMC 2013 SAP Training Survey show that even though professionals want to become more educated in their professions, there is still a lack of training solutions available to them. MMC hopes to bring more awareness to this issue, as well as provide the necessary resources to make the development of training program easier, more streamlined, and accessible to all users that want to further their professional careers.
To download MMC’s 2013 SAP Training Survey please click here: http://www.michaelmanagement.com/training_2013survey.asp
About Michael Management Corporation
Michael Management Corporation is a leading provider of SAP training, SAP access and recognized expert SAP consulting services. The company provides an unmatched level of SAP product expertise and consulting experience. Michael Management Corporation’s award-winning online SAP training courses are used by many Fortune 500 companies around the world to train their users on SAP know-how.
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