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19267. Sap Se: Autism at Work Harvard Business School Case Study 616042 Solution. NEW, FALL-WINTER 2016-2017. This paper provides a Berkeley Research case study analysis and solution to a Harvard Business School human resource management case study by Gary P. Pisano and Robert Austin on software developer SAP’s “Autism at Work” program, which integrates people with autism into the company’s workforce. Arguing that “neurodiversity” makes positive contributions to the company’s overall innovativeness and productivity, SAP plans on making 1% of its workforce people with autism by 2010. The case focuses on SAP’s autism at work program and this paper analyzes and discusses the program at SAP and its potential relevance and implementation in other organizations. The case analysis and solution includes identification of the problem and major issues in the case, problem/issue analysis, discussion of possible alternative approaches, and recommendations. APA Style, 10 pages, 5 footnotes, 4 bibliographic sources.

TAGS: SAP Autism at Work case study solution, diversity, neurodiversity, human resource management, human resource management, talent management, innovation management, accommodation of disability.

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