and finally started to lead! As a Project Manager for SAP implementation projects I have learnt a lot about leadership from both strategic and operational perspectives.




Cultural differences are as large as ever, and as the world becomes increasingly "flat", their importance keeps growing. Last year, I had the opportunity to work in 3 different countries, meet 3 different cultures, and explore 3 different work styles.

I have learnt a lot about the E-commerce implementation process, specifically for Global Products Companies. You go to the HQ, where all global strategy decisions are made and you become a part of it!


With the growing importance of the E-commerce industry, companies are looking to set up their own online stores where they can sell their range of products and services.

As you are managing an international team with SAP E-commerce implementation, it is crucial to be familiar with the preferences and behavioural patterns of your colleagues.

  • managed one of the world’s biggest SAP implementations
  • built “ONE TEAM" that communicate, cooperate and innovate in the atmosphere of mutual respect, while overcoming language and cultural differences
  • participated in a team building a centralized E-commerce platform. It helped to gather a variety of suppliers, distributors and stores

Highlights of the year

  • Founde event in glacier
    (Glacier 3000, Switzerland)
  • Tajiene lunch into the river
  • Visiting Vietnam by scooter

My Top Travel Hacks

"Before you travel to a new country, learn as much as possible about its work culture. Finding the best way to use employees’ work styles helps to build innovation and sustainability."

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With trade barriers going down, the world is getting more connected and businesses are becoming global.

If you feel you have what it takes to be a part of this global team, join us at Accenture Capability Network, Products.

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