Jutta Lachenauer


Jutta Lachenauer

About Jutta Lachenauer

Jutta Lachenauer leads executive communications for SAP HANA Enterprise Cloud President and Managing Director SAP Labs India, Dilipkumar Khandelwal. She has an extensive background in corporate communications, executive communications, internal communications and change management. She is a trusted advisor to senior management executives for their internal and external communications strategy.

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How To Break Stereotypes To Achieve More Gender Diversity

13-Dec-2018 | Jutta Lachenauer

What are the success factors that make companies stand out from the competition? Typical answers include organizational leadership, customer-centricity, and a constant drive for innovation. Those fact

Leapfrogging Opportunities For Women In Tech: The Grace Hopper Celebration

29-Nov-2018 | Jutta Lachenauer

The annual Grace Hopper conference is the place to be for women in technology. It’s an amazing platform for female technologists to exchange insights and network. Grace Hopper, also known as “Amaz

Three Leadership Lessons Yoga Can Teach Us In A Digital World

22-Oct-2018 | Jutta Lachenauer

On a recent business stay in India, I joined a yoga class in downtown Bangalore. I became part of a group of eight women who met daily to practice yoga after work. The class took place in a quiet spac

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Leadership Advice From SAP Women In Enterprise Cloud Computing, Part 5: Capitalize The ‘A’ In STEAM

26-Sep-2018 | Jutta Lachenauer

For most organizations, measuring the success of diversity and inclusion initiatives has become merely a matter of numbers. However, creating equal opportunities for women leaders and challenged perso

Women In Enterprise Cloud Computing, Part 4: Passion, Perseverance, And Patience

14-Aug-2018 | Jutta Lachenauer

For most organizations, the measure of success of diversity and inclusion initiatives has become merely a matter of numbers. However, creating equal opportunities for female leaders and challenged per

Daimler AG: Shortening Innovation Speed From Days To Hours

10-Jul-2018 | Jutta Lachenauer

At Daimler AG, simplification and business innovation matter more than ever—they are necessary to stay on top of the latest automotive industry trends and consumer demands. The Stuttgart-based au

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Women In Enterprise Cloud Computing. Part 3: To See Opportunities, Put Yourself In Someone Else’s Shoes

4-Jul-2018 | Jutta Lachenauer

For most organizations, the measure of success of diversity and inclusion initiatives has become merely a matter of numbers. However, creating equal opportunities for female leaders and challenged per

Women In Enterprise Cloud Computing, Part 2: Role Models

5-Jun-2018 | Jutta Lachenauer

For most organizations, the measure of successful diversity and inclusion initiatives has become a matter of numbers. However, creating equal opportunities for female leaders is more than a numbers ga

What Rowing Has Taught Me About Leadership

30-May-2018 | Jutta Lachenauer

Gliding across the glistening Neckar River in a rowing boat on a balmy summer evening is my definition of Zen. The evening sun is reflected in the water. With rhythmic movements the oars dip into the

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Leadership Advice From SAP Women In Enterprise Cloud Computing, Part 1

15-May-2018 | Jutta Lachenauer

For most organizations, the measure of successful diversity and inclusion initiatives has become a matter of numbers. However, creating equal opportunities for female leaders is more than a numbers ga