by Dave Hannon
December 29, 2010
The MBA programs with SAP concentrations are designed to fill this need.
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9/25/2013 8:51:05 PM
Art's views play a lot into Dave's prior posts about how companies will have a hard time keeping quality workers in house as the U.S. market opens up for IT jobs. The idea of MBA level courses teaching students and professionals about SAP ERP seems to indicate that HR professionals have yet another aspect to consider as they strive to keep their workforce intact.
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