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Keynote by Nic Gill, High Performance Manager, New Zealand All Blacks

Flying in from New Zealand, best known for his work in rugby, for the last eleven years Nic has been the strength and conditioning coach for the New Zealand All Blacks, a period of international success for the team which includes the World Cup title in 2011 and 2015.

Podcast: Innovation in Professional Sports - In Conversation with Nic Gill of the New Zealand All Blacks


In this episode, Rushenka speaks with Nic Gill, Strength & Conditioning Coach, New Zealand All Blacks about preparing professional athletes to perform at their best and what are some of the innovative ways he deploys as part of coaching in professional sports. Learn  more about New Zealand Rugby and SAP Partnership 

Insights from Effect 2022

SAP was proud to host some of the most influential minds in business at Effect 2022. Over two days we unpacked the new expectations of work post pandemic. Here, we share takeaways from our three pillars - 'People', 'Productivity' and 'Sustainability'.

With skills shortages and low unemployment across Australia and New Zealand, attracting talent is more difficult than ever. In our discussions with CEOs and HR leaders, attracting the right digital skills in particular is looming as one of their major concerns in the next five years.

In today’s competitive environment there is a lot of focus on attracting skilled staff, but if you can’t retain them once they arrive then your investment is wasted. A big part of this is setting staff up for success with the right tools and experiences – increasingly using technology.

While it was already a priority, sustainability has been pushed up the list for business leaders, driven by natural disasters, global energy, supply chain uncertainty, and the emergence of the younger, more sustainability-savvy generation.

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