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by AbduNaser Shhub, SAP Trainer November 12, 2013
SAP Professional Journal – 
AbduNaser Shhub discusses the stages of the SAP project training life cycle and why it's important to never get behind schedule.


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by AbduNaser Shhub, SAP Trainer December 27, 2012
SAP Professional Journal – 
Make your e-learning more appealing for experienced users by challenging them to complete the course themselves, instead of simply following instructions by rote.

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by AbduNaser Shhub, SAP Trainer March 29, 2012
SAP Professional Journal – 
Introduce users to SAP actions without having access to the SAP system using this training model. Once you understand the model, you can follow these easy steps for creating different types of documents, and save time and money at the same time.

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by AbduNaser Shhub, SAP Trainer February 10, 2012
SAP Professional Journal – 

SAP trainer AbduNaser Shhub shows you how to select a training method for your SAP end users.


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by AbduNaser Shhub, SAP Trainer November 7, 2011
SAP Professional Journal – 
Save time and reduce training costs by introducing new users, or refreshing current users, to SAP actions without requiring access to the SAP system. After understanding the model, step through three training lessons for creating different kinds of documents.

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by AbduNaser Shhub, SAP Trainer September 26, 2011
SAP Professional Journal – 
In a typical e-learning course with recorded scenarios, end users are set in their minds to always move forward as they click from one step into the other — sometimes without much thinking or understanding of what is really happening between the clicks. Walk through a course that slows down the process by forcing end users to make mistakes and, in this way, makes them think about every step in the process. The course is therefore useful for both end users in their learning process and help desk agents in troubleshooting.